I ran the command opkg install systemd-zsh but what is that exactly doing ? I searched it, and the mentions were that that installed an auto-completer ?
wouldn't installing zsh on the edison just allow me to use a different shell than sh. ?
when i run opkg install system-zsh, this is the result,
root@edison:~/Coding/Python# opkg install systemd-zsh
Package systemd-zsh (1:213+git0+c9679c652b-r0) installed in root is up to date.
* pkg_get_installed_files: Failed to open //var/lib/opkg/info/systemd-zsh.list: No such file or directory.
I reboot, and there seems to be no difference or new shell seems to be functional.
I apologize for the delay in my response. I installed it with the sources instead of the package from AlexT’s repo. These are the steps I followed
git clone https://github.com/zsh-users/zsh.git
Then I just typed zsh and got into the new shell. In case you need it the Install instructions are in this file I hope this work for you as well.
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