Hello there, is there a way to change shell from pacman to bash or to another shell?
Type "bash" in terminal.
Do you mean permanently? If so you can use
chsh -s /bin/bash
/etc/shells should contain a list of the shells you have installed.
As a side note, isn't
pacman the package manager?
Hey there, I have done that command before posting and get this response:
Changing shell for Jon
chsh: Shell not changed.
Sorry I am new to linux and still learning
That usually means your password was wrong.
That's strange because I have my pw set to 3 numbers only. I have also tried garuda and Garuda for root pw just in case and gives me "authentication failure"
Can you share the full output including the command you are typing?
Did you try changing shell in Garuda Assistant?
allow me to try!
You can post terminal text output here, no need for picture.
Your output pic showed that you tried to change to the bash three times--from bash. Is that because you had already changed to it before you took that pic?
Seems so. BTW my tablet blocked the link, fcb? +++ . Why the hell fb?
No. 1 and 2 line are fish 3 line is bash
╭─sgs@i3 in ~ ╰─λ bash [sgs@i3 ~]$
Password is wrong.
For some reason I have made my pass 123 and it still wont accept
Leaving this here, might be worth checking..
When did pacman become a shell?
Secondly use the garuda assistant and go to settings there you can select one of the 4 shells.
Wait, that also means that you already have the same shell.
See inxi -Faz to see your current shell. (It is usually the last line of output.)