I am using zsh with grml's zshrc as a base. As part of my work I access network path regulary (e.g NFS. AFS.)
If I write /a/long/network/path/on/the/other/side/of/the/world press TAB twice it is painfully slow as zsh start searching under /a/ then /a/long /a/long/network etc...
At the same time running ls /a/long/network/path/on/the/other/side/of/the/world returns in a sec. So I would like to tell zsh to stop second guessing me. (If I write /usr/src/linuxx/ and then press tab it figures out that i wanted /usr/src/linux/ and this is cool however because the network it does me more harm than good). I would like to only autocomplete "at the end" after the last slash.
Sometimes I am using a workaround cd into the directory then use autocompletion. Surely there must be a better way.
How can I achieve this?