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<p><a href="#intro">Introduction</a> / <a
href="#grmlzshrefcard">grml-zsh-refcard</a> / <a
href="#grmlzshrc">grmlzshrc(5)</a> / <a
href="#grmlzshconfig">grml-zsh-config</a> / <a
href="#zshlovers">zsh-lovers</a> / <a
<h2><a name="intro"></a>Introduction</h2>
<p>One of the main features of the grml system is the <a
href="">zsh</a> (Z shell). The zsh is the default
<em>interactive</em> shell of the grml system. On this webpage you will
find information regarding the zsh on grml.</p>
<h2><a name="grmlzshrefcard"></a>grml-zsh-refcard</h2>
<p>The grml-zsh-refcard provides a short overview of defined aliases,
functions and settings of zsh on the grml system. Download it, print it
and improve your zsh skills!</p>
<li><a href="grml-zsh-refcard.pdf">grml-zsh-refcard.pdf</a> (~108kB)</li>
<h2><a name="grmlzshrc"></a>grmlzshrc(5)</h2>
<p>grmlzshrc(5) is a manpage providing detailled information about grml's
zsh configuration. On the grml system it is available offline via 'man
grmlzshrc'. An online version is available as well:</p>
<li><a href="grmlzshrc.html">grmlzshrc.html</a> (~50kB)</li>
<h2><a name="grmlzshconfig"></a>grml-zsh-config</h2>
<p>You do not have to use grml/Debian to use grml's zsh configuration.
Just retrieve and install the configuration files in your home directory
via executing for example:</p>
<pre class="rahmen">
# IMPORTANT: please note that you might override an existing
# configuration file in the current working directory! =>
wget -O .zshrc
# Optionally also grab the user configration:
# wget -O .zshrc.local
<p>Tip: for <a href="">Archlinux</a> linux users
exists <a
official grml-zsh-config package</a>.</p>
<h2><a name="zshlovers"></a>zsh-lovers</h2>
<p>zsh-lovers is a small project which tries to collect tips, tricks and
examples for the Z shell. Authors of the zsh-lovers manual page are <a
href="">Christian 'strcat' Schneider</a>, <a
href="/team/">Matthias Kopfermann</a> and <a href="/team/">Michael
<p>Main part of zsh-lovers is the manual page which is available in
several formats:</p>
<li><a href="zsh-lovers.1">zsh-lovers.1</a> (manual page) </li>
<li><a href="zsh-lovers.pdf">zsh-lovers.pdf</a></li>
<li><a href="zsh-lovers.html">zsh-lovers.html</a></li>
<p>The zsh-lovers archive includes the zsh-lovers manual page and several
zsh configuration files. Get it from <a
href="">the zsh-lovers
directory</a> at <a href="">the grml repository</a>.
<p>Notice: If you would like to have zsh-lovers on your Debian system add
the following line to /etc/apt/sources.list (run 'apt-get update
&amp;&amp; apt-get install zsh-lovers'):</p>
<pre class="rahmen">
# grml-repository
deb grml-stable main</pre>
<p>If you find any bugs or suggestions please <a
href="">mail us</a>! Feedback is
welcome - help us to improve it!</p>
<h2><a name="resources"></a>Resources</h2>
<li><a href=""></a>: zsh-homepage
<li><a href=""></a> - <em>main</em> zsh-homepage
<li><a href=""></a> - zsh-projectpage
<li><a href="">Z-Shell FAQs</a>
<li><a href="">Zsh Wikiweb</a>
<li><a href="">Zsh - mailing list archive</a>
<li><a href="">From Bash to Z Shell: Conquering the
Command Line</a>
<li><a href="">Zsh reference-card (PDF)</a>
<li><a href="">The Single UNIX ® Specification, Version 2 - Shell Command Language Index</a></li>
<li><a href="">Debian bug reports for zsh</a>
<li><a href="">Zsh-Webpage</a> by Christian Schneider
<li><a href="">Adam's UNIX shells page</a>
<li><a href="">kwtools</a> - a
big zsh-scriptcollection (based on <a
href="">dialog</a>) by Kai Wilke for
often used apps
<li><a href="">Zzappers Best of ZSH tips</a> by David Rayner
<li><a href="">more links on zsh-homepage</a>
<li><a href="">NCSP - Unix Shells</a>
<li><a href="">A User's Guide to the Z-Shell</a> by Peter Stephenson (1999) </li>
<li><a href="">Curtains up: introducing the Z shell</a> by IBM Developerworks (2001)</li>
<li><a href="">Introducing the Z-Shell</a> by IBM Developerworks (1.2.2001)</li>
<li><a href="">Artikel in BSD-News</a> by Dominic Mitchell (October 1999)</li>
<li><a href=";article=power">Making the Transition to Zsh</a> by John Beppu (May 2002)</li>
<li>Writing Zsh Completion Functions (July 2002): <a
href="">part 1</a> und <a
href="">part 2</a></li>
<li><a href="">Zsh Workshop</a> by Larry P. Schrof
<h3>Zsh configuration files:</h3>
<li><a href="">zsh-config of Christian Schneider</a>
<li><a href="">zsh-configuration-files @ </a></li>
<li><a href="">zshrcs @</a></li>
<h3>German information:</h3>
<li><a href=""></a> - zsh-Seite von Michael Prokop</li>
<li><a href="">Zsh-Liebhaber-Seite</a> von Michael Prokop und Matthias Kopfermann</li>
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