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On Mon, May 22, 2000 at 08:48:03PM +0530, Ravikant K.Rao wrote:
> *I* look at things -- Another notable thing is when people switch to
> OpenBSD if ever they do -- I don't know how FreeBSD works here -- they
> notice that they dont have the bash <TAB> complete ... and begin
> bitching about it... Well, if you're going to be a weenie wanting a
> GUI, and a mouse with which to click everything, and auto-mount and
> auto-everything .. then stick to windows...
OpenBSD uses ksh as default. FreeBSD uses csh (they switced to tcsh
in the last month). That just means that your _default_ shell doesn't
have TAB completion.
One of the first things I do when I install BSD is to install bash
and change root and my shells to bash.