Is changing root's shell from Bash to Zsh in a Ubuntu machine with a basic server environment a dangerous step to take?
By basic server environment I mean: LAMP, PHPmyadmin, CSF-LFD, Maldet, Make).
I thought of fully reinstalling the server environment this time with Zsh but when I install Ubuntu in my Hosting platform - DigitalOcean it automatically comes with Bash.
The server environment setup script I use to actually establish a good, stable server environment usually includes these (besides various
heredocuments (especially cat heredocs),
echo strings, bash strings (see an example in advance), hash comments, etc. Should these things work regularly in Zsh too?
By Bash string I mean, for example:
bash -c "echo 'alias www=\"cd /var/www/html\"' >> /etc/bash.bashrc"
Note: The reason I consider working with Zsh is to enjoy the preexec behavior.