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    Smile Creation of a shell


    please am a beginner in linux, i need help in creating a new shell in linux

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    Please explain more. Your question doesn't make much sense as is.

    Also include which distro and desktop environment (GNOME, KDE, XFCE, etc) you are using.

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    sorry about, am not using a gui, am actually using a remote services 'telnet'.

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    You need to give us more information.

    Please describe specifically what you have done and are trying to do.

    And again, which linux distribution are you using?

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    okay.. am not really sure about the distribution but am using a linux server. so am not using all them ubuntu and co. sorry about my terminology.

    i am meant too create a new shell with its own commands, for example i was able too do the copy command and some others but am not really sure on how too create the new shell. actually no idea on how too create a new shell.

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    I'm pretty sure that he is asking on how to create a shell, like sh, bash or korn.

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    yes, would like to create a new shell "sh". could anyone lend a helping hand

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