zsh, dircolors, and LS_COLORS
I'm not a genius when it comes to zsh, but I have a decent "custom" setup, and I'm really liking the shell, and have actually been using it for quite a while.
I may have, at this point compiled a new version of zsh from hand (this may be the problem, but don't discount the rest of what I say on this).
I've run into the problem where ls --color=auto(or always) won't produce a lot of the file colors that I normally look for under bash. I have noticed, doing a `set | egrep -ia ls_color` doesn't show a environment variable.
Which also leads me to ask, why, when using zsh, can't I do a `set | egrep -i` without egrep telling me that it is reading a binary file?
Using the bash shell, colors work properly, and there is an environment variable LS_COLORS.
Is the Slackware version of zsh patched to work with dircolors?