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Red Hat 4: how to exit bash and get the normal commands?

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Hello Experts,

I just got access to some Red Hat Linux servers and when I log in, I see:

-bash-3.00$

I am not used to handling linux via bash. How can I exit bash and get to the normal Linux commands?

[user@localhost /]

see what I mean?

I used secureCRT to get it..
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