Simplifying Linux with … fish?

Simplifying Linux with … fish?

No, the title for this post is not a mistake. I’m not referring to the gill-bearing aquatic craniate animals that lack limbs with digits or the shark-shaped magnetic Linux emblem that you might have stuck to your car. The “fish” that I’m referring to is a Linux shell and one that’s been around since 2005. Even so, it’s a shell that a lot of Linux users may not be familiar with.

The primary reason is that fish isn’t generally installed by default. In fact, on some distributions, the repository that provides it is one your system probably doesn’t access. If you type “which fish” and your system responds simply with another prompt, you might be missing out on an interesting alternative shell. And, if your apt-get or yum command can’t find what you’re looking for, you will probably have to use commands like those shown below to get fish loaded onto your system.

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