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We are trying to use the bash 4.4 downloaded from
http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/bash/ on our RHEL 6.2 machine.
But while using a script that has this command :
FIND_RPM=`find /opt/RPM/components -type d -name enum-1.1.6
It throws a warning as below:
bash: warning: command substitution: ignored null byte in input
Is there any patch available for this or is there any way to make bash silently drop this warning(which has been the behavior on the lower versions of bash)??
We cannot find this new bash version on the Redhat Portal.