Ah, the perils of working in a shared, client environment. One client has us using a login that is not exclusive to us. I prefer using bash; the client is set to use zsh. This is not a problem in and of itself.
However, there is a section in the
.profile that is causing me issues:
if [ -f /usr/bin/ksh ]; then /usr/bin/ksh -o vi exit fi
So, “If ksh exists, run it with some options to edit history with vi-like commands”. Except what we really want is “If you’re using the ksh as a shell, . . . .”
So I added a modification, and now all is fine.
if [ -f /usr/bin/ksh ]; then if [ "$SHELL" = "/usr/bin/ksh" ]; then /usr/bin/ksh -o vi exit fi fi
(not all my problems are MySQL related!)
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