csh for root and ksh for user on my OpenBSD boxes. csh for root and mksh for user on my FreeBSD box.
# ls /boot # cd !$ cd /boot
# ls /boot # cd !$ mksh: cd: /!$ - No such file or directory
# ls /boot # ls Â· ls: Â·: No such file or directory
prev-hist-word: [n] ^[., ^[_ The last (nth) word of the previous (on repeated execution, sec- ond-last, third-last, etc.) command is inserted at the cursor. Use of this editing command trashes the mark.
make -C /usr/ports/shells/bash -D WITH_STATIC_BASH -DWITHOUT_NLS PREFIX=/ install
# sufrom a super-user account. You cannot login with a default toor account meaning there's no way to fix your bash error you claimed to earlier via toor unless you have explicitly setup the account.
# vipwlook at the toor line. Notice the '*' in the second field? That mean that account cannot login.