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How to change my default shell in MAC?

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I would like to change my default shell from 'bash' to 'zsh'..
How can I do it in MAC, I am not able to get my loginid in /etc/passwd. Thanks!
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This link shows how to change the default Shell in Terminal .. just editing the Preferences of Terminal
http://osxdaily.com/2007/02/27/how-to-change-from-bash-to-tcsh-shell/

You can use any shell located in /bin/
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