What shell do you use/prefer in your GNU/Linux system?
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Bash es el único que conozco
@victorhck bash is present in almost all *nix and openbsd based distros. Default tools are always better in stability and security.
@victorhck fish for my interactive shell, bash for scripts
@victorhck When I actually configured anything at all I liked zsh better than bash, and I never tried fish, but now what I like most is never trying to configure anything and never having to be surprised at what a computer does that I'm not used to, so bash delights me purely by being a consistent default.
@victorhck zsh cause I'm just used to it. I wanted to switch to fish but I'm yet to find time to properly configure it.
@victorhck I used zsh on Linux but I'm now using ksh on OpenBSD
@victorhck ZSH is
I use bash for practical reasons. It's usually there by default, and I'm used to it. Otherwise, ash, then sh.
@paul didn't know about ash
On any unixish system, the default shell unless I have a really good reason not to.
@victorhck zsh for interactive stuff in Linux, rc for scripting and when I'm on Plan 9 (and in p9p acme on Linux)
@victorhck would probably like fish, but zsh with grml defaults is good enough
@victorhck Bash is there by default. I think I'm just lazy.
@victorhck I voted ksh, though there are actually two variants in use: ksh93, which came from David Korn himself, and mksh, the MirBSD Korn shell, which itself was derived from pdksh, the Public Domain Korn Shell. It's available as one of the 3 defaults on NetBSD (the other two are sh and csh), is as much shell as I need, and, though they're on the decline, is available on just about every commercial Unix variant out there. I used to work with AIX and Solaris.
@victorhck last few months i gave a chance to python based xonsh (with prompt_toolkit2) and i am satisfied till now
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