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Old 06-16-2012, 07:19 AM   #48
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Within the framework of my question, the differences between bash, ash and sh are pretty much a red herring.
(Rhetorical) Question: What happens if you do not include that option?

I think it's pretty obvious that we all know that a *FILE* is created, current time and date, zero size.

The script, whether you feed it to bash or ash, looks for a *DIRECTORY* and if said directory is present, starts the ad-support screensaver.

Hence my question, why create a *FILE*?

Not that it's important, mind. Idle curiosity and all of that.
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