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The default shell in Linux is the bash shell. The shell can produce other child shells (ash,zsh,..).If the property of child process is used , the child process will use less resources or will be dependent on the parent.Does that affect the shell property anyway?Is there any command to start a shell by default when opening the terminal without modifying the system variables?
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It's a while since I used Linux, but I thought you could change it by modifying your own profile, with the chsh[^] command. Alternatively you could change your local .bashrc file[^] to run an exec command to start the alternate shell.
   

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