On Mon, 27 Nov 2000, Jason M. Felice wrote:

> My experience has been that ksh is the default shell on most systems
> (AIX, sco?, and something else which I can't remember), bsh on others,
> bash on Solaris and Linux.  I've never used *BSD, but I assumed it was
> bash there as well.

FWIW, the default shell on *BSD systems is sh, which is actually an
incarnation of the Bourne shell (not bash).

Cheers,
Mick

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