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I had just upgraded to Big Sur from Mojave and it said to run chsh to change your default shell to zsh, and I did. Only I accidentally ran it with sudo which changed root’s defatult shell to zsh, is this bad? Can I leave it or should I change it back to bash? Also Why is root’s default shell still bash? I thought they had switched to zsh due to security issues with the older version of bash they were stuck with due to GPL licenseing issues..