I want to thank the following people for their excellent response:
Try going to the following URL and download astkit_base_96
We tried this and it worked great.
(2) Kevin Sheehan Kevin.Sheehan@uniq.com.au
> 1) bash, from the GNU tool set
this is the one I prefer - widely used, and as far as I can see
ksh compliant, with the added feature that you can remap things
you don't like. Even arrow keys work, which is usually what convinces
naive users to switch from csh.
(3) Steve Kives firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, there is an update!
The "real" Korn shell is available as a binary from AT&T directly
visiting their website. The latest version is ksh93, which has
command-completion and other enhancements not known, since it comes
with no docs (boo!) I have it running on a dozen 4.1.4 machines
without a hitch. Sure beats the csh everyone was using here
As for the source code, I dunno.
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