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FC2 Beginner: sh, bash, terminal...?

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what are the different between the 3 things?
what are they use for?
besides, sh, bash... i am sure i read in somewhere there are sth similar, but i can;t recall....
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Shell environment (sh, ksh, bash, csh, tcsh) Here's an (incomplete) list of shells available for Unix-like operating systems:   sh, ash, bash, csh, tcsh, ksh, zsh, rc, es, sash ...

http://www.luv.asn.au/overheads/bash.html
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Hi,

The first two sh and bash are two types of shells you check what shells are available to you, you can type:

cat /etc/shells

This will display all your shells.
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