On Thu, Dec 02, 2010 at 07:39:52AM -0500, Andrew C Burnette wrote:
> root (old history, but still valid) needs a shell that's statically
> built (e.g. no linked libraries). In case a library disappears or in the
> default *nix/*bsd distro the /usr partition doesn't mount, you can still
> log in and attempt a repair.

Ok thanks for the information.

> 
> As mentioned, add in another account manually, with your preferred
> shell, and you should be ok.

The account will pe also be preserved across upgrades or is it necessary to
reinstall it on every upgrade?

Kind regards
Harald Jenny

> 
> On 12/01/2010 05:08 PM, Harald Jenny wrote:
> > Dear list members,
> > 
> > I'm currently playing with pfSense 2.0 an was wondering how to change the
> > default shell for the root login - apperently just using chsh on the rw 
> > mounted
> > cf is not enough to do change shell from /bin/sh to /bin/tcsh. What did I 
> > miss?
> > 
> > Kind regards
> > Harald Jenny
> > 
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