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The reason that normal startup scripts don't, is that there's no guarantee /bin/sh will point to bash, or even that bash is installed.
If you want to use bash, the first line should be /bin/bash instead of /bin/sh, so it's obvious it needs bash specifically.
Is it possible that bash isn't available yet? Perhaps some lib not on /?
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