CLI error message

Lately when I’m in the CLI, every time I issue a command, I get the following error message:

zsh: mzc_termsupport_preexeic: function definition file not found

but the command apparently executes correctly.

I have determined that this shows up when using Gnome-Terminal or Terminator and when logged into a console. (Control-Alt-F(N). I guess I didn’t notice it at first, so I can’t say when it came up.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

Every time a terminal is started, a series of shell startup files are executed. It appears from the text above you are using the zsh. I am using bash. Either way, you need to check those files for the line above. Either you are missing whatever provides “mzc_termsupport_preexeic” or that is a typo itself. In bash, I can do declare -F to see function declarations in my environment. It looks like typeset will work in zsh.

zsh @archlinux
functions @zsh.sourceforge.net
startup files @zsh.sourceforge.net