Which shell are you using?

I am currently using fish. Will check mksh and probably switch to mksh for it’s simplicity and speed.

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The one supplied by BL, bash.

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Testing fish currently. Was zsh before this. Ash on alpine.

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bash for my needs.

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Bash always forever.

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ZSH as always.

Either mksh or oksh. The latter is a port of OpenBSD’s ksh(1) by one of the OpenBSD devs (ibara@).

EDIT: Trilby over at the Arch forums has commented on the quality of Busybox’s ash implementation (as used by Alpine), both from a user perspective and in respect of the code.

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Fish is easier to use than zsh.

Bash since that’s what I use for scripting. I like zsh but wouldn’t script in it. Fish is nice too.

Bash in OpenSuse; zsh in AL

Have you seen fizsh?

https://packages.debian.org/bullseye/fizsh

I’m using ash on kiss linux, zsh on archcraft

Bash…

No, never heard of it before.

Using mksh now. So far, so good.

bash, because I have “a few” bash scripts in my ~/bin (664) :slight_smile:

I make to many “tpyos” being the Tpyo Knig" here, so things like:

s11bk
a 98 line backup script makes things easier, Mind you there are a lot of ## lines as well.
and a whole bunch of aliases, samples:

 19 Oct 21 @ 11:08:32 ~
   $ alias get
alias get='sudo apt install --no-install-recommends'
 
 19 Oct 21 @ 11:08:37 ~
   $ alias getr
alias getr='sudo apt install'
 
 19 Oct 21 @ 11:08:58 ~
   $ alias sget
alias sget='apt install --no-install-recommends --simulate'
 
 19 Oct 21 @ 11:09:07 ~
   $ 

Not to mention the bash scripts I use in my conkys.

Why switch if it works.

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Top scripts @Sector11

Sorry for necro-bouncing but I don’t come often and shell scripts are still a thing.

Thank you altman I make “aliases” and “functions” because I have “fatfingeritis” that have converted me into the Tpyo Knig!

Imagine me:
sufo apt imstall --mo-recommends {then copy and past some claws-mail file from a list given by "ser"}[enter]
-and the neighbours hearing the BSoO¹

 16 Jul 22 @ 17:06:30 ~
   $ alias ser
alias ser='aptitude search'
 
 16 Jul 22 @ 17:06:37 ~
   $ 

where that might be atitude search

¹ blue-streak of obscenities

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Bash form installed BL on my end.

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