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Re: zsh: correct 'sudo' to '_sudo' [nyae]?

"Bart Schaefer" <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> On Dec 19, 11:00am, Hannu Koivisto wrote:
>} I always get this message when I start a new shell (whether by
>} logging to a system or by saying "zsh" when I'm logged on) and try
>} to run sudo even though sudo is in path.  rehash doesn't help, but
>} "which sudo" always fixes the problem.  What could be the culprit?
> It's not surprising that "rehash" doesn't help, as all that does is
> empty the command hash table, and correction treats the contents of the
> command hash table as the correct spellings.

Ok, I tried it just because it has helped for the same problem when
I have installed new software.

> Does "rehash -f" (both empty the command hash and refill it again) help?


> Do you use the HASH_LIST_ALL option?  Unless that option is set, the
> command hash table does not automatically fill itself during correction.

I don't use it but I tried setting it and it changed nothing.


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