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Summary 0003518: /bin/bash is not portable for running Zandronum testing from Doomseeker; this doesn't work with OpenBSD's base operating system
Revision 2018-09-24 19:44 by WubTheCaptain
Additional Information Not sure if this is a bug or a suggestion. The suggestion is "Remove /bin/bash dependency from Zandronum testing binary shell scripts", and this is the bug behind it.

I make assumptions Zandronum can be run on OpenBSD, and bash is not available on the operating system (although it is available as a package to install by the superuser/system administrator on OpenBSD).

OpenBSD uses Korn shell (ksh), which is POSIX sh compatible with additions.
Revision 2018-09-24 19:42 by WubTheCaptain
Additional Information Not sure if this is a bug or a suggestion. The suggestion is "Remove /bin/bash dependency from Zandronum testing binary shell scripts", and this is the bug behind it.

I make assumptions Zandronum can be run on OpenBSD, and bash not is not available on the operating system (although it is available as a package to install by the superuser/system administrator).

OpenBSD uses Korn shell (ksh), which is POSIX sh compatible with additions.
Revision 2018-09-24 19:29 by WubTheCaptain
Additional Information Not sure if this is a bug or a suggestion. The suggestion is "Remove /bin/bash dependency from Zandronum testing binary shell scripts", and this is the bug behind it.

I make assumptions Zandronum can be run on OpenBSD, and bash not is not available on the operating system (although it is available as a package).

OpenBSD uses Korn shell (ksh), which is POSIX sh compatible with additions.






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