RE: How to find your shell
- From: Xu Qiang <Qiang Xu fujixerox com>
- To: Jay Vaughan <jv access-music de>, Shiraz Baig <shiraz_baig yahoo com>, gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: RE: How to find your shell
- Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 17:09:10 +0800
At 6:45 -0700 22/4/05, Shiraz Baig wrote:
>The third is run a command, which does not exist. For
>example "abc". it will give an error and also the name
>of the shell.
This method doesn't work in my FreeBSD 5.3 (i386).
It just throws out an error, but doesn't give the name of the shell.
It seems "echo $0" works well.
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