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Re: Linux/BSD



i would rather suggest using chsh(1), which is safer than editing whole
passwd files with vi.

On Wed, Oct 10, 2001 at 03:29:00AM +0900, Flinn Mueller wrote:
> use sh instead of csh.  you can change root's default shell using vipw.  
> although I may remember someone telling me not to do that, but I do.
> 
> > - Is there any way to use Tab for "guessing" (you type /etc/rc. and TAB
> > and the machine shows you the all the rc.* possibilities or jumps
> > directly to rc.conf if there wouldn't be other rc.*-files)?

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