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6.1 Invoking Bash

 
bash [long-opt] [-ir] [-abefhkmnptuvxdBCDHP] [-o option] [-O shopt_option] [argument …]
bash [long-opt] [-abefhkmnptuvxdBCDHP] [-o option] [-O shopt_option] -c string [argument …]
bash [long-opt] -s [-abefhkmnptuvxdBCDHP] [-o option] [-O shopt_option] [argument …]

All of the single-character options used with the set builtin (veja seção The Set Builtin) can be used as options when the shell is invoked. In addition, there are several multi-character options that you can use. These options must appear on the command line before the single-character options to be recognized.

--debugger

Arrange for the debugger profile to be executed before the shell starts. Turns on extended debugging mode (see The Shopt Builtin for a description of the extdebug option to the shopt builtin).

--dump-po-strings

A list of all double-quoted strings preceded by ‘$’ is printed on the standard output in the GNU gettext PO (portable object) file format. Equivalent to ‘-D’ except for the output format.

--dump-strings

Equivalent to ‘-D’.

--help

Display a usage message on standard output and exit successfully.

--init-file filename
--rcfile filename

Execute commands from filename (instead of ‘~/.bashrc’) in an interactive shell.

--login

Equivalent to ‘-l’.

--noediting

Do not use the GNU Readline library (veja seção Edição por Linha de Comando) to read command lines when the shell is interactive.

--noprofile

Don’t load the system-wide startup file ‘/etc/profile’ or any of the personal initialization files ‘~/.bash_profile’, ‘~/.bash_login’, or ‘~/.profile’ when Bash is invoked as a login shell.

--norc

Don’t read the ‘~/.bashrc’ initialization file in an interactive shell. This is on by default if the shell is invoked as sh.

--posix

Change the behavior of Bash where the default operation differs from the POSIX standard to match the standard. This is intended to make Bash behave as a strict superset of that standard. Veja seção Bash POSIX Mode, for a description of the Bash POSIX mode.

--restricted

Make the shell a restricted shell (veja seção The Restricted Shell).

--verbose

Equivalent to ‘-v’. Print shell input lines as they’re read.

--version

Show version information for this instance of Bash on the standard output and exit successfully.

There are several single-character options that may be supplied at invocation which are not available with the set builtin.

-c string

Read and execute commands from string after processing the options, then exit. Any remaining arguments are assigned to the positional parameters, starting with $0.

-i

Force the shell to run interactively. Interactive shells are described in Interactive Shells.

-l

Make this shell act as if it had been directly invoked by login. When the shell is interactive, this is equivalent to starting a login shell with ‘exec -l bash’. When the shell is not interactive, the login shell startup files will be executed. ‘exec bash -l’ or ‘exec bash --login’ will replace the current shell with a Bash login shell. Veja seção Bash Startup Files, for a description of the special behavior of a login shell.

-r

Make the shell a restricted shell (veja seção The Restricted Shell).

-s

If this option is present, or if no arguments remain after option processing, then commands are read from the standard input. This option allows the positional parameters to be set when invoking an interactive shell.

-D

A list of all double-quoted strings preceded by ‘$’ is printed on the standard output. These are the strings that are subject to language translation when the current locale is not C or POSIX (veja seção Locale-Specific Translation). This implies the ‘-n’ option; no commands will be executed.

[-+]O [shopt_option]

shopt_option is one of the shell options accepted by the shopt builtin (veja seção The Shopt Builtin). If shopt_option is present, ‘-O’ sets the value of that option; ‘+O’ unsets it. If shopt_option is not supplied, the names and values of the shell options accepted by shopt are printed on the standard output. If the invocation option is ‘+O’, the output is displayed in a format that may be reused as input.

--

A -- signals the end of options and disables further option processing. Any arguments after the -- are treated as filenames and arguments.

A login shell is one whose first character of argument zero is ‘-’, or one invoked with the ‘--login’ option.

An interactive shell is one started without non-option arguments, unless ‘-s’ is specified, without specifying the ‘-c’ option, and whose input and output are both connected to terminals (as determined by isatty(3)), or one started with the ‘-i’ option. Veja seção Interactive Shells, for more information.

If arguments remain after option processing, and neither the ‘-c’ nor the ‘-s’ option has been supplied, the first argument is assumed to be the name of a file containing shell commands (veja seção Shell Scripts). When Bash is invoked in this fashion, $0 is set to the name of the file, and the positional parameters are set to the remaining arguments. Bash reads and executes commands from this file, then exits. Bash’s exit status is the exit status of the last command executed in the script. If no commands are executed, the exit status is 0.


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