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root is the account that has access to all commands on a Unix-like system

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Why doesn't the root user on OSX automatically default to the same shell as other users? Seems like this would avoid a lot of complications, but I guess there must be complications with the shells … being the same for root as others, but I just don't know what they are. I have googled this and searched Stack Exchange, and have not found an explanation for it. …
asked Mar 27 '15 by DanAllen