Then you probably have /bin/bash already set. Use

# ipa config-show

to verify.

Martin

On 10/14/2013 01:46 PM, Михаил А wrote:
> ipa config-mod --defaultshell=/bin/bash
> ipa: ERROR: no modifications to be performed
> 
> 
> 
> 2013/10/14 Martin Kosek <mko...@redhat.com>
> 
>> On 10/14/2013 11:46 AM, Mateusz Marzantowicz wrote:
>>> Is there any particular reason why /bin/sh is default shell for new
>>> domain users and not /bin/bash is? I know that /bin/sh is symlink to
>>> /bin/bash on Fedora but local user accounts are created with /bin/bash
>>> as default shell.
>>>
>>> Is it related to other supported UNIX-like systems that might not
>>> include bash or there is some other reason for such default vaule?
>>
>> This is exactly the reason. /bin/sh is just the most common denominator
>> when
>> talking about shells on various client systems.
>>
>> But feel free to change the default to /bin/bash if you like:
>>
>> $ kinit admin
>> $ ipa config-mod --defaultshell=/bin/bash
>>
>> HTH,
>> Martin
>>
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