I'm trying to open GNU Screen with the following command on my Mac OS:
host:~ user$ screen
The screen terminal opens but quickly dies with the error message:
Cannot exec /bin/false: no such file or directory
My terminal is configured to open
bash shell on startup. I've tried setting the terminal shell to
sh, it gives the same error.
However, when I execute
screen command as
sudo, then the command succeeds.
How do I resolve it for the normal user?