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    SubjectRe: emergency or init=/bin/sh mode and terminal signals
    Samuel Thibault wrote:
    > Wakko Warner, le Sun 18 Jun 2006 18:39:06 -0400, a ?crit :
    > > why not only set this if the shell is /bin/sh ?
    > Because you can't know that. /bin/sh is one example of shell, /bin/ash
    > is another /usr/bin/myprog is yet another...

    I realized that before I sent the email. /bin/sh is guaranteed (usually) to
    be there. I myself prefer zsh, but when I'm booting with init=, it's always
    /bin/sh (unless I'm testing something else). Of course, that's just me.
    The one time I did use init=/bin/zsh, it failed to function properly (forgot
    the details), but booting with /bin/sh and exec zsh worked fine.

    Is there any (non-embedded) linux systems out there that do not have
    /bin/sh ? On the boot cd I built, there is no /bin/sh but there is a
    /bin/init (shell script with #! busybox ash at the top)

    Anyway, it's a thought. Or you could only enable it if the init= is not
    init (Any other inits?)

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