Available shells

The shell that you'll likely use for scripting under QNX Neutrino is ksh, a public-domain implementation of the Korn shell. The sh command is usually a symbolic link to ksh.

For more information about this shell, see:

QNX Neutrino also supplies or uses some other scripting environments:

In general, a shell script is most useful and powerful when working with the execution of programs or modifying files in the context of the filesystem, whereas sed, gawk, and perl are primarily for working with the contents of files. For more information, see: