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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Can we change default Shell Interpreter

    Hi,

    We are currenlty using LINUX in the process of moving to AIX. All the shell scripts written had #!/bin/sh for interpreter. But AIX does not support positional parameters if this is used, hence we have been advised to change it to #!/bin/ksh93.

    Is there anyway where I can make the change in only one place viz shell variable/environment variable rather than making the change across all scripts...

    Thanks,

    Deepicka

  2. #2
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    I'm pretty sure on AIX /bin/sh is a symlink to the Korn shell executable anyway. If it's not on your system, you can create one.

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