I am currently using fish. Will check mksh and probably switch to mksh for it’s simplicity and speed.
The one supplied by BL, bash.
fish currently. Was
zsh before this.
Ash on alpine.
bash for my needs.
Bash always forever.
ZSH as always.
EDIT: Trilby over at the Arch forums has commented on the quality of Busybox’s
ash implementation (as used by Alpine), both from a user perspective and in respect of the code.
zsh in AL, bash in MX.
Fish is easier to use than zsh.
Bash since that’s what I use for scripting. I like zsh but wouldn’t script in it. Fish is nice too.
Bash in OpenSuse; zsh in AL
I’m using ash on kiss linux, zsh on archcraft
No, never heard of it before.
Using mksh now. So far, so good.
bash, because I have “a few” bash scripts in my ~/bin (664)
I make to many “tpyos” being the Tpyo Knig" here, so things like:
a 98 line backup script makes things easier, Mind you there are a lot of ## lines as well.
and a whole bunch of aliases, samples:
19 Oct 21 @ 11:08:32 ~ $ alias get alias get='sudo apt install --no-install-recommends' 19 Oct 21 @ 11:08:37 ~ $ alias getr alias getr='sudo apt install' 19 Oct 21 @ 11:08:58 ~ $ alias sget alias sget='apt install --no-install-recommends --simulate' 19 Oct 21 @ 11:09:07 ~ $
Not to mention the bash scripts I use in my conkys.
Why switch if it works.
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