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Re: disappearing zsh's

On Tue, Mar 10, 1998 at 06:09:10PM +0000, Niall Smart wrote:
> On the subject of disappearing zsh's....
> With zsh 3.x and FreeBSD 2.2.5 or 3.0 when you alias su to su root -c zsh
> (I prefer to keep roots shell as /bin/sh) then typing ^A^K followed by
> two or three newlines will cause the shell to quit with an error like
> "read error from terminal".
> Anyone else come across this?
I've got it today. My zsh exited again (without my will). This is the

-->start here<--
Last login: Tue Mar 10 20:43:01 1998 from pop3.kappa.ro
Linux 2.0.33.
You have new mail.

dmircea@mail:/home/dmircea% mutt
/etc/zlogout: command not found: utt
Connection to secu closed.
--> end here <--

As I said before that is a Linux 2.0.33 machine with zsh-3.0.5. 

--> start here <--
echo Logout
--> end here <--


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