From: David Neary (dneary at domain informix.com)
Date: Tue 18 Jul 2000 - 17:03:38 IST
The open-source implementation of Korn shell is called pdksh, and should
be in a standard installation. If not, it's available from download
sites in source and binary format.
You might consider trying bash, with the vi option set. It acts like
Korn shell, and you have to know the 200 different vi commands you need
to do anything as well. Just set -o vi.
SP K wrote:
> im trying to find korn shell, i cant find it anywher
> cept at at+t's site and thats a dam cig d/l that wont
> work in lynx, can anyone recommend somewhere please ?
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