Linux uses the "bash" shell ("Bourne Again Shell") by default.  QSHELL
emulates the original "Bourne Shell".  Not the same thing.   See my
previous post on this topic.


On Wed, 19 Dec 2001, Joe Pluta wrote:
> > >
> > > That's what 'touch' is supposed to do, Joe.  People frequently use it to
> > > create empty files in UNIX environments.
> >
> > With invalid names?  I didn't think you could create a file called "*.jsp"
> > in Unix.
>
> To be thorough, I just tested it, and in Linux "touch *.jsp" in a directory
> with no JSP files returns "touch: No match".
>



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