On Tue, 19 Sep 2006, RW wrote:
What you shouldn't do is set a shell installed from packages as the root
shell, such as bash.
This has become so what canonized however... there is no problem in
running your chosen shell. If you boot single user it will ask you for a
shell to use. Just use /bin/sh if the volume containing your chosen shell
Take appropriate steps to configure your login scripts accordingly if they
are doing anything important that is dependent on the shell.
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