#!/bin/bash -i when to use it in a docker file

by Rıfat Erdem Sahin   Last Updated September 11, 2019 11:02 AM

I need to understand when I need to use the -i .

At the moment I am getting this error

bash: cannot set terminal process group (-1): Not a tty

bash: no job control in this shell

When I check what bash is

It's a convention so the *nix shell knows what kind of interpreter to run.

For example, older flavours of ATT defaulted to sh (the Bourne shell), while older versions of BSD defaulted to csh (the C shell).

Even today (where most systems run bash, the "Bourne Again Shell"), scripts can be in bash, python, perl, ruby, PHP, etc, etc. For example, you might see #!/bin/perl or #!/bin/perl5.

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