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answered Exclude directories in ZSH glob
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answered Vim autocomplete to include punctuation between words
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comment Mailbox is always read-only in Mutt
Yes, I believe that would fix it.
Aug
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comment Mailbox is always read-only in Mutt
What does ls -ld /var/mail show? If the group on that directory matches the group on your mailbox the mutt_dotlock command will actually need to be changed to belong to the vmail group.
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answered Preventing Mutt from assuming an address is on local machine
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answered Allow user to use sudo command has multiple ways, which one is better?
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comment OSX zsh - Why do binaries only execute with the full path?
Including . in your PATH is generally considered a very bad idea. That can lead to commands behaving very differently depending on the directory which you were in when you ran the command. It can also lead to mistakenly running malicious code that is in your current directory (such as a directory which you just unpacked from a download). Getting used to using the leading ./ is a much better way to go.
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comment zsh fail to expand apt-get regex?
I prefer that the shell report problems to me rather than silently continuing on with an interpretation that may not match what I had intended, so I much prefer the zsh handling of that.
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answered zsh fail to expand apt-get regex?
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answered Removing iceweasel from Debian
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comment How do I customize zsh's vim mode?
RPROMPT2 should be set as well so that the status is displayed in continuation lines. Also, when using this you may want to do setopt transient_rprompt so that modes for previously accepted lines aren't displayed.