I recently decided to try out zsh, but for some reason I cannot open Vim in a zsh shell. Currently, my default shell is bash. If I open up a terminal window, then run
zsh to enter a zsh shell, I have no problems opening up Vim.
The problem comes when I run the
chsh -s /bin/zsh command to try and change my default shell to zsh. Now, when I open up a terminal window, a zsh shell opens up, but I cannot open Vim. When I try to run
vim <filename>, the shell just hangs, and I cannot , , or even to quit.
I've checked my $PATH variable while I'm in the zsh shell and everything is correct. Running
which vim correctly shows that Vim is in
/usr/bin/vim. Currently, my
.zshrc is blank. I've tried running other commands like
less, etc, and they all work properly. As far as I can tell, Vim is the only command giving me troubles. Any insight would be much appreciated.