Subject: Re: using tcsh as default root shell
To: Bob Nestor <email@example.com>
From: gabriel rosenkoetter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/22/2000 19:22:58
On Mon, May 22, 2000 at 06:16:37PM -0500, Bob Nestor wrote:
> gabriel rosenkoetter wrote:
> >What've you all suddenly got against the Bourne shell? It's still the
> >default, no?
> Really? All the systems I've worked on csh was the default for root
> which is what the original poster was trying to change. From what I've
> seen it's a mixed bag of what the "default" shell is for user accounts
> though and seem to be more up to the SysAdmin than anything else.
Erg, right. root gets /bin/csh, toor gets /bin/sh. I just change it
quickly, delete the spare UID 0 account, and forget the whole
Bleh. csh. Only thing I like is the !! command history editing. And
that exists in zsh, along with my vi-keys-on-command-line.
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