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does redhat default comes with born shell and korn shell

 
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I installed redhar server version.
when i create a user , i found that it has both .bashrc and .kshrc files under below path

/home/aruna/

that means for each user creation it will put bash shell and korn shell.what is the reason for this ?
 
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It probably has more shells than just those two - as just about any Unix-like OS does. On my OS X installation, there are bash, csh, ksh, sh, tcsh and zsh. Choice is a wonderful thing :-)
 
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It isn't “born” shell but Bourne.
Have a look at this SO link and see whether that helps.
 
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