I would like to announce a call of testing for the bash-brlin snap. Bash is an sh-compatible shell that incorporates useful features from the Korn shell (ksh) and C shell (csh).
Currently, the snap is in strict confinement with only regular file access, you may run some scripts there but there’s very limited external command access, etc.
You may build the snap and run it in classic-confinement by flipping the
confinement key’s value from
classic and comment the
plug keys content in the recipe and rebuild the snap from source.
How to install
sudo snap install bash-brlin
sudo snap alias bash-brlin.bash-brlin bash
How to use
What to test
- Can you properly launch the application?
- Can you use all built-in commands without problems?
- Can you run scripts without external command access without problems?
- Do you notice any problems during running the application?
How to contribute
Here’s the source repository of the snap: https://github.com/Lin-Buo-Ren/bash-snap