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chsh(1)                                                                chsh(1)

       chsh - change login shell

       chsh [-D binddn] [-P path] [-s shell] [-l] [-q] [-u] [-v] [user]

       chsh  is  used  to change the user login shell.  A normal user may only
       change the login shell for their own account, the super user may change
       the login shell for any account.

       If a shell is not given on the command line, chsh operates in an inter-
       active fashion, prompting the user with the current login shell.  Enter
       the  new  value to change the field, or leave the line blank to use the
       current value. Enter none to remove the  current  value.   The  current
       value is displayed between a pair of [ ] marks.

       The  only  restrictions  placed  on the login shell is that the command
       name must be listed in /etc/shells, unless the invoker  is  the  super-
       user,  and  then  any value may be added.  An account with a restricted
       login shell may not change their login shell.

       This version of chsh is able to change the shell of  local,  NIS,  NIS+
       and LDAP accounts , if the permissions allow it.

       -D, --binddn binddn
              Use the Distinguished Name binddn to bind to the LDAP directory.
              The user will be prompted for a password for simple  authentica-

       -P, --path path
              The  passwd  file is located below the specified directory path.
              chsh will use this files, not /etc/passwd.  This is  useful  for
              example on NIS master servers, where you do not want to give all
              users in the NIS database automatic access to  your  NIS  server
              and the NIS map is build from special files.

       -s, --shell
              Specify your login shell.

       -l, --list-shells
              Print the list of shells listed in /etc/shells and exit.

       -q, --quite
              Don't be verbose.

       -u, --usage
              Print a usage message and exit.

              Print a more verbose help text and exit.

       -v, --version
              Print version information and exit.

       /etc/passwd - user account information
       /etc/shells - list of valid login shells

       chfn(1), passwd(5), shells(5)

       Thorsten Kukuk <kukuk@suse.de>

pwdutils                         February 2004                         chsh(1)

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