I have a few servers configured in ~/.ssh/config, such as alpha and beta. How might I configure Bash such that the commands ssh al<tab> and scp file.tgz al<tab> autocomplete the names of ...
I use Zsh on two different machines (OS X and Ubuntu) and the tab completion for ssh does not work the same way. More specifically hosts specified in the file ~/.ssh/config is NOT used on OS X but it ...
I have an SSH access to a lot of servers. And all that hostnames (and sometimes usernames) are long and hard to remember. Also even if I tweak my Terminal to keep eternal bash history, the using of ...
I am using zsh with oh-my-zsh. Unfortunately, oh-my-zsh does not use file ~/.ssh/config for hostname auto-completion (see Issue #1009, for instance). This could easily archived by the following code: ...
I have big list of servers which I normally ssh to all the time. Is there any way using bash or zsh so that I can keep the list of hostname and bash auto-completion goes through the file and gives me ...
I remote copied a file to my laptop using: scp someFile USER@192.168.178.32:/home/USER/put/it/some/where/oh/damn/you/here I want to be able to autocomplete the remote path by hitting tab.
I don't know how to get the TAB key to autocomplete filenames, commands, or anything at all. I'm on a Unix-like system (OS/390) and depend on several scripts that work in sh (Bourne shell, not ...
It seems that bash doesn't want to autocomplete commands (what's annoying me right now is not autocompleting apt-get) when I'm logged into my machine from SSH. Is there some setting that will allow ...