I am connected to a Freebsd 10
-STABLE server with
SSH from my office box but when I trying to work inside the session I encounter these problems:
although I did
chshfor every user in said server to
/usr/local/bin/bash; whenever I ssh to server I get:
sh (the default Bourne shell in FreeBSD) supports command-line editing. Just ``set -o emacs'' or ``set -o vi'' to enable it.
in my ssh session I can't go to end of a line by
Endkey or beginning of a line by
Homekey. instead I get
~character. all and all the environment I feel in the
SSH sessionis primitive and hard to navigate.
echo $SHELL returns
ps -ef|grep $$ returns:
2010 0 S 0:00.03 TERM=xterm PATH=/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/s
echo $0 returns