The title pretty much sums it up.
I have some (minimal) content in
The file looks something like:
# some comment 127.0.0.1 localhost foo bar 18.104.22.168 baz ::1 localhost ip6-loopback ip6-localhost
I accidentally pressed Super_L+Space today when typing in bash, which immediately presented me something formatted like the output of
ls, but listing all the functional content (not the comments) of that file except ip4-addresses, like that:
me@host$ ::1 localhost foo bar baz ip6-loopback ip6-localhost me@host$ s
s on the last prompt is not a typo by the way: The next prompt after the hosts listing looks exactly like that.
I can easily reproduce the behavior.
So far, I have looked into the keyboard shortcuts of KDE Plasma and the terminal emulators, but there is no action bound to Super_L+Space.
.bashrc contains nothing related either.
If I press the combination in any other window but a terminal emulator, nothing happens.
The bash history does not even contain an entry about the event.
What is happening here?