Bash - replacing the static bash with the dynamic bash

Gerard Beekmans gerard at
Fri Nov 24 06:05:52 PST 2000

> I could be wrong but I thought that when you opened an executable it was
> remembered as being in use, so if you rm'd it or wrote another file with
> the same name, it would not occupy that area of the disk until the
> execution completed; that is it would be unlinked, but not deleted?

I'm sure the kernel is intelligent enough. I haven't tested this in a  long 
long time and I don't mind myself the way it is now.

Gerard Beekmans

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