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posted 2014-01-04 13:31:52 +0200

I hesitate a bit to submit this as an answer, because I didn't manage to coax bash into reading its rcfiles when started from fingerterm

But I think zsh is close enough to bash to be comfortble for bash users (I may be biased, as i use zsh as my login shell), and, importantly, zsh does honour its rcfiles when run from fingerterm

So: as root do

 # pkconn install zsh
 # chsh -s /bin/zsh nemo

If you want to fine-tune a few things (starting in home directory, dropping unnecessary privileges) you might want to use a wrapper script for fingerterm.

I hesitate a bit to submit this as an answer, because I didn't manage to coax bash into reading its rcfiles when started from fingerterm

But I think zsh is close enough to bash to be comfortble for bash users (I may be biased, as i use zsh as my login shell), and, importantly, zsh does honour its rcfiles when run from fingerterm

So: as root do

 # pkconn pkcon install zsh
 # chsh -s /bin/zsh nemo

If you want to fine-tune a few things (starting in home directory, dropping unnecessary privileges) you might want to use a wrapper script for fingerterm.