Which shell under FreeBSD

Dark Atheist

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i know the default is /bin/sh, but a lot of scripts out there use the /bin/bash shell, which is easy to install and change under BSD but seeing as i haven't installed it yet and i know you can select this option during install, it will save me a step once its in :)
 

LordOfLA

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the default is tcsh :) sh is a symlink

You can add it as a package at install I believe.
 

MikeRS

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I love OpenBSD's ksh, but I don't know how FreeBSD's fares.
 

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