zsh installed with
oh-my-zsh and some more configurations. This works fine on the host.
toolbox I only get the basic terminal with this diamond thing appended that is shown by default there.
Here some observations:
The first time I entered a toolbox container after setting up zsh, toolbox or so panicked, and wrote some coredumps somewhere (uhm, I have no idea where??), but surprisingly it continued.
If I check
zshin the container, but AFAIK this does only reflect the login shell, not the runtime shell.
When i had issues in my
.bashrcfile, they were shown when entering the container, so I thought it possibly runs
Also, inside of the container I have (obviously, as it seems?) no access to the zsh bin (
/bin/zshis not there.)
However, what conquered my theory that bash is running in there is that when I type an unknown command, both my host shell and my toolbox container shell show me:
zsh: blabla: command not found…
Whereas, when I am in a (specifically started) bash session (on the host or container), I get:
bash: blabla: command not found…
So I am confused here.
- What is running in there and why does this happen?
- How can I actually get my nice and good zsh experience inside of toolbox containers?