The Ash Shell

NetBSD's ash (Almquist sh) for Linux is a small (62K--no job control)
Bourne-compatible shell. It is great for machines with low memory, but
does not provide all the extras of shells like bash, tcsh, and zsh.
Most shell scripts are compatible with bash. Note that most scripts
written for Linux use some bash-specific syntax. The Slackware setup
scripts are a notable exception, because ash is the shell used during
installation.

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Filename Size Changed Actions
ash-1.6.1-linux.patch 0000069752 68.1 KB about 10 years
ash-1.6.1-suse.initrd.diff 0000001953 1.91 KB almost 13 years
ash-1.6.1-suse.raid.diff 0000000640 640 Bytes almost 13 years
ash-1.6.1-suse.warnings.diff 0000000691 691 Bytes almost 13 years
ash-1.6.1.tar.gz 0000133031 130 KB almost 13 years
ash.changes 0000005255 5.13 KB over 9 years
ash.spec 0000002249 2.2 KB over 9 years
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