loksh-noxz

[fork] a Linux port of OpenBSD's ksh
git clone https://git.noxz.tech/loksh-noxz.git
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9[![Build Status](https://github.com/dimkr/loksh/actions/workflows/build.yml/badge.svg?branch=master)](https://github.com/dimkr/loksh/actions)
10
11## Overview
12
13loksh is a [Linux](https://www.kernel.org/) port of [OpenBSD](http://www.openbsd.org/)'s *ksh*.
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15Unlike other ports of *ksh*, loksh targets only one platform, follows upstream closely and [keeps changes to a minimum](https://github.com/dimkr/loksh/compare/upstream%2Fmaster...master). loksh does not add any extra features; this reduces the risk of introducing security vulnerabilities and makes loksh a good fit for resource-constrained systems.
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17## Installation
18
19loksh is included in many distributions:
20
21[![Packaging status](https://repology.org/badge/vertical-allrepos/loksh.svg?minversion=6.7.5&header=)](https://repology.org/project/loksh/versions)
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23For example, under [Alpine Linux](https://alpinelinux.org/), loksh can be installed using `apk add loksh`.
24
25Alternatively, to build and install loksh from source:
26
27```bash
28meson --prefix=/usr build
29ninja -C build install
30```
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32## Legal Information
33
34loksh is licensed under the same license as the upstream code it is based on.
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36The ASCII art logo at the top was made using [FIGlet](http://www.figlet.org/).