On Mon, May 06, 2002 at 02:57:28PM +0200, Kevin D. Kissell wrote:
> > When I run zsh on the console (serial interface) the process hangs. I can
> > login with /bin/bash, but when I start /bin/zsh it waits forever. I can
> > interrupt the process and regain control.
> > It's only related to the console. If I login with telnet it works just
> > fine.
> > Any idea, what could be wrong?
> I don't know what it would be specifically, but having
> dealt with similar problems on other Unix systems,
> it's proably the case that zsh uses a particular tty
> mode that isn't correctly supported by the serial
> console driver, either due to a bug in the driver or
> due to a conflict with some other feature enabled
> on the console port. The next step to take would
> be to run "stty -all" under /bin/bash and under
> /bin/zsh on a telnet session, and compare the
That sounds like a zsh bug I fixed. Please try zsh 3.0.8-8.1 in my RedHat 7.1
port and let me know if it doesn't work for you.