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comment bash does not autocomplete my command when using sudo?
@MarkPlotnick: if you type sudo mkdir <tab><tab>, does it show a list of directories? --> Yes, see my update in the original question.
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accepted How to set the tab name to an alias hostname of the remote host I'm connected to?
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comment How to set the tab name to an alias hostname of the remote host I'm connected to?
There is a dilemma here: if I use ssh wrapper, it works as expect with some hosts but ctrl-D close the tab. If not, I have to set the PS1 on the remote hosts. Any better way?
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comment How to set the tab name to an alias hostname of the remote host I'm connected to?
It has the same value as I posted \[\]\[\][\[\]\t\[\]] \u\[\]@\[\]\h\[\]\[\]:\[\]\w\[\] \[\]. One more question: with my above ssh wrapper, whenever I press ctrl-D or type exit it close my tab instead of close the session and return the local prompt(quanta@MacBook-Pro).
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comment How to set the tab name to an alias hostname of the remote host I'm connected to?
+1. I know that I can do this or simply change the hostname on the remote host, but why it does not happen with other hosts (that has PS1 is set to \[\]\[\][\[\]\t\[\]] \u\[\]@\[\]\h\[\]\[\]:\[\]\w\[\] \[\]? See my updated question.
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comment How to set the tab name to an alias hostname of the remote host I'm connected to?
@Gnouc: yes. But notice that I don't want the tab name is something like quanta@MacBook-Pro... when I'm on localhost.
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comment How to set the tab name to an alias hostname of the remote host I'm connected to?
@sr_: I know that command, it does not help in this case. The thing is when I opened multiple tabs, I would like to quick switch to a specific tab by pressing <kbd>command</kbd> + tab number.
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comment How to set the tab name to an alias hostname of the remote host I'm connected to?
@Gnouc: set to what? How can I take the first argument when ssh and put it into PROMPT_COMMAND? My current setting: export PROMPT_COMMAND='echo -ne "\033]0;$(basename "$(dirname "$PWD")")/${PWD##*/}\007"'.
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asked How to set the tab name to an alias hostname of the remote host I'm connected to?
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