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hi ..

my solaris is using borne shell now.
how to use korn shell.
is there any setting i need to
do in my solaris

tq
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if you want to change your default login shell to ksh,
edit your /etc/passwd file to change your login in shell as
/bin/ksh

or if you just want to use ksh, at command line, type in :
ksh <enter>

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