Changing Default Shell With User-Level Access

To change the default shell without root access, use chsh. You will need to use a valid shell. To obtain a list, run ” chsh –list-shells”

Once you have the proper path for your preferred shell, use chsh with the –shell option. For example, to use the Korn shell as default, run “chsh –shell /bin/ksh username”


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