Hello all, I’m newbie user in linux and espessially in Manjaro, several weeks ago i installed and configed Manjaro+KDE, all was fine
Today I wanted to solve some problems with zsh
So I deleted zsh+oh-my-zsh packages from sistem
but still when I type in terminal echo $shell I got zsh shell so i decided to change it manually so I tried chsh -s $(which /bin/bash)
after that response of echo $SHELL still NOT changed, so I logout
And here we go…after logout in login screen I can’t connect to my admin user (password is correct because same password working on root user, no caps lock or other language input), I tried to restart and suddenly resolution settings in login screen changed…
I’m totally confused and don’t know what to do
I still can login with ctrl+alt+f2 to root user or to GUI session, I tried to change admin password with User managment but it doesn’t worked
In GUI session with root user installed zsh package and changed default shell to zsh, after restart I could login with administration user with password i changed before
Well, then it would appear that your issue was caused by the way you attempted to remove zsh.
I would recommend that you reinstall the zsh package, and that you leave it installed. You can then use chsh for your user account, but this does not change the shell system-wide. It only changes the login shell for the user who executes the command.
In other words, if you wish to use bash then you can, but the root user will probably still be using zsh.
To be honest, I don’t know, because my system came with bash as the default shell, and I’m used to that, so I’m keeping it. I do have zsh installed as well, but it’s not the default.