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19 June 2021

     12:31  Shell‎‎ 2 changes history +85 [Kyoran‎ (2×)]
     
12:31 (cur | prev) +105 Kyoran talk contribs +info -"cli" abbreviation : seems to be used for either CM<interpeter>|<interfce> so confusing, and not used in article.
     
11:03 (cur | prev) -20 Kyoran talk contribs →‎Available software: article replaces package

18 June 2021

     20:18  Shell‎‎ 11 changes history +887 [Kyoran‎ (11×)]
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20:18 (cur | prev) 0 Kyoran talk contribs →‎Changing a user's shell: capitalization
     
10:55 (cur | prev) +22 Kyoran talk contribs +Category:Software
     
10:55 (cur | prev) +33 Kyoran talk contribs →‎See also: +Recommended tools
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10:48 (cur | prev) +7 Kyoran talk contribs →‎Changing the default system shell: {{Path|
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10:47 (cur | prev) +11 Kyoran talk contribs →‎Changing the default system shell: add code block
     
10:45 (cur | prev) +339 Kyoran talk contribs develop intro text
     
09:19 (cur | prev) +124 Kyoran talk contribs →‎Changing the default system shell: Add explanation of what eselect-sh actually does - this information seems not to exist anywhere else.
     
09:14 (cur | prev) +192 Kyoran talk contribs →‎Configuration: add warning about issues with changing /bin/sh
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08:55 (cur | prev) +1 Kyoran talk contribs →‎Configuration: (accidentally sent last edit too soon) ... also if Fish is used as a users' shell according to the workaround in the caveat section of the Fish article, the login shell will be left as bash however the user will only see Fish after login - thus one could argue that in this situation the "default shell" is Fish, even though the login shell is bash.
     
08:47 (cur | prev) +12 Kyoran talk contribs →‎Configuration: clarify "default shell" to "login shell". "login shell" seems to be the more generally used term (by the chsh command for exaple). also
     
08:32 (cur | prev) +146 Kyoran talk contribs →‎Configuration: add note for caveat about using certain shells as login shells