Use a standard system shell

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if you cannot set your login shell using chsh, you can use one of the standard system shells to start lstcsh when you log in.

To set up lstcsh to start when you log in:


  1. Use chsh to set /bin/sh to be your login shell.
  2. Edit the .profile file in your home directory to start lstcsh, as shown below:
    export SHELL 
    exec $SHELL -l