I installed zsh on my raspberry pi and for various reasons including the fact that the shell completely slowed down, I decided to remove it. I uninstall the package, changed the shell back to /bin/bash and assumed all would be ok. However, It looks like there was an issue uninstalling it.
When I tried to log back into the pi, via SSH, I was shown the following:
Welcome to KRATOS Permission denied (publickey).
I know that the public key was fine as it's worked in the past, so I hooked the pi up to a monitor to see the log as it awoke. It ran everything as expected, and then when I attempted to login with the username and password of
pi, it logged me in, then presented the error and proceeded to log me out.
Cannot execute /usr/bin/zsh: No such file or directory
The same happens when I try to login as
Have I completely locked myself out of the system, or is there a way of getting back in? Worst comes to worst, I can try and mount the filesystem onto another laptop and change the configuration from there?