I might have screwed up yesterday. I wanted to test another shell, but accidentally changed my default shell (bash) to git-shell I believe (I am actually unsure). Anyways, now I can't open the terminal and I don't know any ways other than using it to change it back. I have tried writing an .sh file with
chsh -s /bin/bash
in it and it actually opens me the terminal with bash running in it, but if I open an other window of the terminal, it still won't work, furthermore on restart git-shell remains the default terminal.
Is there a way I could get my computer to take me seriously after this screw up?
Thanks in advance!