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answered Find and bash problems in recent Ubuntu versions
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comment How to find out if current shell was loaded by another shell?
@entotib: There was nothing wrong with it (as the question was tagged with bash). Therefore: It works and it does what it should. It's just a bit overhead and doesn't work with different shells.
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comment How to find out if current shell was loaded by another shell?
What do you actually need the echo for? I think it should also work without it: ps -o comm= -p $PPID
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answered How to find out if current shell was loaded by another shell?
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revised variables in bash
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comment variables in bash
Yes, you're right. I oversaw this. I will update the answer.
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answered variables in bash
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