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On Mon, 2007-12-10 at 15:48 -0700, Paul Lemmons wrote:
> The "&&" says "if the previous command was successful, do the following 
> command. So, if you have a command "isthislinux" on your machine (I do 
> not) and it returns the string "LINUX" it will issue the ulimit command. 
> If you do not have that command or the command returns something else, 
> it will not.
> 
> So, the short answer is: yes
> 
> 
> -------- Original Message  --------
> Subject: Stupid bash question
> From: [email protected]
> To: [email protected]
> Date: 12/10/2007 03:29 PM
> 
> > Okay, I'm confused.  How would bash interpret this line?
> > 
> > [ "`isthislinux`" = "LINUX" ] && ulimit -S -n 65536
Shouldn't the operator above be ==
> > 
> > Would that be teh same as:
> > 
> > if [ "`isthislinux`" == "LINUX" ]
> > then
> >    ulimit -S -n 65536
> > fi
> > 
> > This is quite confusing to me.
> > 
> > 
> > 
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