List out all the shells using Linux commands
To see all the installed shells on your Linux system, use this command in the terminal:
This command shows the locations of all the shells on your system. Each line in the output is a different shell. You might see shells like Bash, Zsh, Fish, Dash, and others.
Here's an example output:
Remember that this list might be different based on your particular Linux distribution and the shells installed on your system.