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Re: Mozilla's Security Warning for Link For Maintainer's "Bash Page" Lin


From: Pierre Gaston
Subject: Re: Mozilla's Security Warning for Link For Maintainer's "Bash Page" Link ......
Date: Mon, 6 May 2019 08:04:00 +0200

On Sun, May 5, 2019 at 10:48 PM Harvey Rothenberg <address@hidden>
wrote:

>
> The reason behind my interest to check-out this page is the recent article
> in the May 2019 issue of Linux Pro Magazine's - Command-Line - New
> Commands.
>
> So I checked my laptop's version of Bash for these seven (7) new
> commands.  I found that I currently do not have them.  I wanted to see,  if
> I would have to upgrade my version of BASH to the latest + versus + adding
> each command separately (which also can be accomplished).
>

If you are referring to this article
http://www.linux-magazine.com/Issues/2019/222/New-Commands-for-Old-Purposes,
I can only see the first of these commands and it's not a bash builtin
command but an external executable.
I suspect most of these commands are like this one, so look for them in
your software repository. (eg sudo apt-get install tree)

Pierre

PS: I'm pretty sure there was already a tree command 20 years ago.


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