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I'd reckon a simple test and exec in the initialization files would work for changing roots shell when it's safe to and continuing otherwise.


Under bourne it would probably look some thing like:
Code:
if [ -x /usr/local/bin/foosh ]; then
        exec /usr/local/bin/foosh
else
        echo 'WARNING: foosh not available!'
fi
I never learned how to script the C-Shell, only POSIX-based BourneShell but I'd expect some thing similar is possible in csh/tcsh.


footnote:

As long as it has line editing, redirection, and pipes, I could care less which shell root uses. So I've never bothered to change roots shell on any of my systems ^_^
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