I am running redhat 8, I am completely new to linux, and I'd like to know more about shells.
I am used to using csh on unix, and would like to change my default shell in linux from bash to csh. As far as I can see, bash seems to offer less functionality than csh - I have been trying to find out how to do 'setenv' in bash for a couple of days before someone on this site said you couldn't do it.
So, my questions are:
How do I change my default shell to csh?
There must be some advantage to bash, otherwise it wouldn't be there, what is it?