Moving bash from essential/required to important?
On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 18:04:20 +0200, Luk Claes wrote:
> bash is not the default system shell anymore. It's now only the default
> user shell. As such it is not required for a sysadmin to boot and
> install software. Besides that some users would like to get rid of bash
> in their environment which is obviously not easily done atm.
> The most obvious reason to not degrade bash to Priority: important is
> obviously that one needs to declare a dependency on bash when it's used
> in a package. Which means quite some packages will need to be changed.
> What do others think of moving bash to important (required and important
> are part of the base system)?
I think it'd be mostly a waste of time.
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