How do I find my bash version Ubuntu?

How do I find my bash version Ubuntu?

What version of bash do I have Ubuntu?

Check Ubuntu version on Linux

  1. Open the terminal applications (bash shell) by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T.
  2. For remote server login using the ssh: ssh [email protected]
  3. Type any one of the following command to find os name and version in Ubuntu: cat /etc/os-release. …
  4. Type the following command to find Ubuntu Linux kernel version:

How do I find bash in Linux?

To check for Bash on your computer, you can type “bash” into your open terminal, like shown below, and hit the enter key. Note that you will only get a message back if the command is not successful. If the command is successful, you will simply see a new line prompt waiting for more input.

Where is bash file in Ubuntu?

In most cases, the bashrc is a hidden file that lives in your home directory, its path is ~/. bashrc or {USERS}/. bashrc with {USER} being the login currently in use.

How do I find my default shell in Linux?

readlink /proc/$$/exe – Another option to get the current shell name reliably on Linux operating systems. cat /etc/shells – List pathnames of valid login shells currently installed. grep “^$USER” /etc/passwd – Print the default shell name. The default shell runs when you open a terminal window.

How do I get to bash in terminal?

From System Preferences

Hold the Ctrl key, click your user account’s name in the left pane, and select “Advanced Options.” Click the “Login Shell” dropdown box and select “/bin/bash” to use Bash as your default shell or “/bin/zsh” to use Zsh as your default shell. Click “OK” to save your changes.

How do I check my bash shell?

To test the above, say bash is the default shell, try echo $SHELL , and then in the same terminal, get into some other shell (KornShell (ksh) for example) and try $SHELL . You will see the result as bash in both cases. To get the name of the current shell, Use cat /proc/$$/cmdline .

Should I use zsh or bash?

For the most part bash and zsh are almost identical which is a relief. Navigation is the same between the two. The commands you learned for bash will also work in zsh although they may function differently on output. Zsh seems to be much more customizable than bash.

Conclusion

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