Whenever I use the
/ssh: directive and later open a shell (M-x
shell) while still looking at the remote file/directory, on the remote end it used to open "/bin/bash" and all I had to do was to remove the current path to that file (point is already conveniently placed).
Fairly recently, however, (possibly with the introduction of v27.1) the suggested shell is "/bin/sh" and I need to additionally change it back manually to "/bin/bash" every time I run it.
While I am the sole user of the computer, I take it that editing "tramp.sh.el.gz" is still not recommended as it may be overwritten by any coming updates. Is there a way to either change the value for
tramp-default-remote-shell or any of its derivatives to use "/bin/bash" by the time Emacs has started (user