[BALU] MySQL administrator SUMMARY

Jim Vines jgoodguy at charter.net
Wed Apr 18 17:40:41 CDT 2007


All good and fine but why use bash or ksh when perl and phython are 
available.   The  later can do so much more in a 'real' programming 
language.

Bash and ksh are so yesterday.  :-)

Jim


Hiram Lester wrote:
> There are copies of bash for windows as well. There are newer versions of many of the tools at unxutils if you google around, but it was just the one that came to mind first. :) Of course, there's always Microsoft's Services for Unix (which was acquired from Interix). ;) It's free now, but it's almost as bloated as CygWin and serves much the same purpose. I think it only comes with ksh, though.
>
> Hiram Lester, Jr., A+, Network+, Linux+, MCSE, MCSA, MCP+I
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>   
>>>> Larry Owen <larry at hackofalltrades.com> 4/18/2007 4:09 PM >>>
>>>>         
> On Wed, 2007-04-18 at 14:52 -0500, Hiram Lester wrote:
>   
>> If you just want some of the linux commands such as ls, sed, grep,
>> awk, etc., I think you're really better off looking at native ports of
>> those tools (such as http://unxutils.sourceforge.net/) than installing
>> the bulk of CygWin. I use a native port of sed on Windows quite often.
>>     
>
> thanks for the tip.  it looks pretty nice, they just need to add bash
> and the may have something :-)
>
> ~larry
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