Bash to ZSH

January 26, 2013 | 1 Comment

A couple of weeks ago, I switched from bash to zsh on my Mac OS X machine, today, I decided it was time to do the same to my linux server running Debian Squeeze. Here is how to switch :
* As root,

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aptitude install zsh

* run

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chsh <username>

* Enter your user’s password when prompted
* Enter the name of the shell you wish to use : zsh
* Restart your terminal or SSH session, when you return, you will be running zsh

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