Thanks everyone for the great input and  Feedback,
I read some great capabilities about Zsh( completion capabilities) and pdksh

For now I have compiled and made pdksh and I will try this to see how  that
works. so far it works great did not dump the core,

Thanks
DAk



On 1/9/07, Christian Walther <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

On 09/01/07, Dak Ghatikachalam <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi Freebsd
>
> I am using ksh93 shell as my login shell
> each and everytime
>
> I do set -o vi
>
> and perform some commands
>
> it simply dumps ksh93.core
>  file and crashed whole terminal session,
>
> I have been having this problem everrsince I changed my login shell from
> /bin/sh to /bin/ksh which is symbolic link of ksh93 executable I
compiled
> off the freebsd /usr/ports/
>
> I wonder if anyone has similar issues with this ksh or am I doing
something
> stupid
[...]
It doesn't matter what you do with your shell, it simply shouldn't crash.
if you like it, and you would like continue using it, I suggest you
try to get a working binary. ksh93 hasn't changed since 20060214
(according to freshports.org), so I guess you're working with the most
recent version already.
What you should try is to rebuild this port without any optimization
set in /etc/make.conf.
Please comment any CFLAGS= and CPUTYPE= and do a make reinstall.
This should result in a i386 binary without any optimization. Try
using it, maybe the core dump is gone. There are several ports out
there that don't like being built with optimization.

HTH
Christian

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