zsh because I thought I might prefer it over
bash. I don't, and to revert it I have used
chsh -s /bin/bash, which as myself gives
You may not change the shell for 'cat'.
I also changed my line in
which bash gave
xterm, Terminology, etc all now agree my shell is
But, when I enter a virtual terminal by pressing Ctrl Alt N, where
n is a numeric key, and try to log in as myself, something like
Ubuntu 15.10 mint-kitty ttyN mint-kitty login: cat Password: /bin/zsh: no such file or directory exit
appears and then I am logged out.
I can log in to a graphical session just fine. (MDM + Cinnamon.)
As far as I am aware, a user's login shell is determined by
/etc/passwd. There are no references to
.profile, nor in
How do I make the rest of the system aware my shell is not