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answered zsh adds tab character when autocompleting
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comment Debian dpkg broken after apt-get upgrade
You should also check that there's a file in /etc/ld.so.conf.d/ which lists the directory where the library is located. On my system it's listed in /etc/ld.so.conf.d/x86_64-linux-gnu.conf.
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comment Debian dpkg broken after apt-get upgrade
It may help to run ldconfig after putting the library back in place.
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answered Debian dpkg broken after apt-get upgrade
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answered Modifying zsh globbing patterns to use with cp
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answered How to select complete file in vi, to be pasted in gedit?
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comment Different shells for interactive and non-interactive work
That won't work, the sub-zsh would always include the _ variable in the environment. Even if it did work, that would only get changed environment variables it wouldn't pick up any other changes to the zsh startup files such as options, aliases and function definitions. You could source individual files, but you may be better off just using the first portion of my answer; or even exiting your original zsh process and then restarting tcsh and zsh.
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answered Different shells for interactive and non-interactive work
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answered Running something in a cron environment?
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answered How to recover broken/partially deleted git repository
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answered Tmux not sourcing my .tmux.conf
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answered Git Alias 'Permission Denied'
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comment Config File Sequence for ZSH?
The only environment variable used in that section is $ZDOTDIR, and the default value for that is explained right there. Your question didn't ask for practical experience, only what the sequence is.
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answered Config File Sequence for ZSH?
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comment Using rsync to sync two directories on server and localhost, but size is different
I've added links to explanations of those concepts to my answer.