Bash - replacing the static bash with the dynamic bash

Gerard Beekmans gerard at
Wed Nov 22 13:06:02 PST 2000

> any longer. But you can not replace a bash which you are using at the
> moment (this is cutting the branch of a tree while sitting on it).

actually you can but it's good practise not to do so (bash should be entirely 
in memory so you could overwrite the file. But you can see all kinds of funny 
things that could go wrong so we don't take the risc)

Gerard Beekmans

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