Changing fish to bash

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Post your terminal in- and output from:

inxi -Faz

Without it, you will not receive any help from the Garuda team or your topic is likely to be closed without notice.

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Hi there, welcome to the community.

Kindly read the template and edit your post to add necessary details, that is, output of garuda-inxi command from terminal as text.

Also, to change default shell, you have to first run

chsh -s /bin/bash

Then in terminal preferences, change shell, if necessary.

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If you want to do it TEMPORARILY, you just type bash in the shell/terminal window.

But there is no question in your OP....?

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Uhm, got bigger fish to bash? :slight_smile:

Not sure about other Garuda DEs, on mine the system shell is bash, while fish is the custom command run by the terminal -- alacritty for me, but perhaps it's konsole on KDE -- hard to say which is yours.

Look in the relevant config files for your terminal or post the necessary info if you need assistance.

Welcome.


I just noticed the template still asks for inxi -Faz rather than garuda-inxi.

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Where?
I just checked and got garuda-inxi :slight_smile: in #issues-assistance

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Uh, up there in the OP message... weird. I haven't checked, sorry.

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Ah, ok, I changed it 5 days ago, it's not one template for all, but each theme has its own. So sometimes a theme can slip through.
Now that begs the question, where did that come from? :smiley:

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Ok, fixed.
@TilliDie point me to the slipped one.
I move it from #community to #4xx and overlooked this community template.

Thank you, @TilliDie :slight_smile:

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