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Old 28th August 2008
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Default Changing shell to bash

Hello guys,
Few days back I read an article on Bash Vs Tcsh. and according to the author bash is far superior to tcsh. So I decided to gice bash a try.

Now I'm surprised that bash is not installed by default (no problem). I installed it and changed my shell to bash all of the sudden I'm not able to use many of the commands like shutdown.

Can someone tell me what I might have done wrong.
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