I and my fellow administrators are forced to address -once again - why root's shell is /sbin/sh, and the ramifications of
changing it. I've read the Sun-Manager's and comp.unix.solaris FAQs andhave tried to reason with our users to no avail.
DON'T Change the root shell. Add a user called "rook" with /bin/kshand a uid of 0. Then tell people to su - rook instead of "su" andthey'll have all the powers of root w/ the shell they want. And youavoid any fallout ramifications of screwing around w/ the root shelland dynamic linking and single user root access, etc.Lexus IS350 Parts