Accidentally nuked my workspace by replacing the shell


The issue being the inability to reopen the workspace, due to this error:

Unable to access your workspace

ssh process died with exit code 255
Permission denied (publickey).

I’ve learned my lesson. Can this be reversed without destroying the workspace?


Shell was set to /usr/bin/fish which didn’t exist. It should be back to normal now.
Btw what command did you use to change the shell?


What happened was I initially installed it through apt and did a chsh -s. I simply neglected to revert back to bash when I decided to compile it myself from source after realizing the apt version of shell was somewhat out of date.

It was dumb.