[Linux-HA] Re: LSB Compliant Filesystem Script
x72m35 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 02:52:20 MDT 2007
Really appreciate your fix. I have tested and it works for me too.
I learn't that my Ubuntu 6.06 servers do not have this problem and they
link "/bin/bash" by "/bin/sh". It is the new version of Ubuntu which are
distributed with "/bin/dash" linked by "/bin/sh". Ubuntu's decision to
go with this change has a long running bug/blog entry at
*-------- Original Message --------*
*Subject: * [Linux-HA] Re: LSB Compliant Filesystem Script
*Date: * Wed, 19/Sep/2007 1:22:28 PM +0550
*From: * "Andrew Beekhof" <beekhof at gmail.com>
*To: * "General Linux-HA mailing list" <linux-ha at lists.linux-ha.org>
> On 9/18/07, Lasantha Marian <x72m35 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> It ("/bin/sh") is linked to "/bin/dash". This is how it comes in Ubuntu
>> (by deduction that I have not changed anything in shell choices).
>> I removed the "/bin/sh" and it still generated the same error.
>> Next I replaced the line in Filesystem (not the wrapper) script with
>> "/bin/bash", it works like a charm with attached results. Now what got
>> to be changed ? Can the "Filesystem" script be adapted to tackle such
>> situations while keeping original compatibilities with other
>> distributions. It is over to you. :-)
>> Thanks a lot for helping on this issue.
> thank _you_ :-)
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