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Can't open vim in zsh? [closed]

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 ...
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gvim pipes not reading zshrc when started from desktop

I'm using zsh as my default shell and using .zshrc to modify my environment variables. When I start gvim from terminal everything is fine however if I start gvim with the desktop icon, my env ...
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ESC key causes a small delay in terminal due to its Alt+ behavior

My terminal setup is gnome-terminal + tmux + zsh with vi bindings. In applications like vim or even in the zsh's command line vi editing mode, I need to frequently hit the ESC key but there is a ...
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2answers
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Issues with Vim while using ZSH

I just changed my shell to ZSH. However, when I tried to edit a .py file in vim I got a strange error: "test.py" [New File] Error detected while processing ...
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2answers
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ZSH tab completion: only complete files and not binaries

Is it possible to make a custom zsh completion file,so when hitting tab for filenames it avoids completing the binaries? For example,I have 2 files , myprogram.c and myprogram,the binary,is it ...
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2answers
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The Right Distro for text-based needs

I'm searching for the right Linux Distro. My four current ideas are: Gentoo Grml Arch Debian But I'm absoluty open to more alternatives. Now a little bit more about my needs: I want it to be ...
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1answer
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Is it possible to have vim key bindings in terminal?

I'm getting used to vim bindings (like pressing w to go to word, dw to delete a word, and such) and it's modes (insert, normal, visual), and, out of curiosity would like to know: is there some kind of ...