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Oct 27, 2010

I cannot get ksh to have super tab completion power. Is it possible? I would like

apt-get in<tab>
and
apt-get install icewe<tab>
to auto complete

I am using lenny and ksh93

edit: Another problem. If I set ksh as /bin/sh I get errors during boot. Is it just me? Is it possible to set ksh as /bin/sh?

edit2: One more question. ksh does not seem to tab complete symlinks Is it just me? Any way to get it to recognize symlinks?

and my .kshrc
# Environment variables.
export PAGER=more

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I'm having a lot of difficulty trying to use tab completion while working in my FTP server from a terminal.I access this server with other Linux distros and OSX and the completion works fine. I've tried changing a lot of Debian config, but it seems to only affect the completion within the local scope.

Tab completion does work for system related tasks, no problem.

System:
Debian 8.2/Kernel 3.16.0-4-amd64

FTP Server:
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Enabled in bashrc:
Code: Select allif ! shopt -oq posix; then
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Quote:

Install problem!

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2) ~/.gconf/apps/gnome-power-manager/%gconf.xml is empty - is it empty for someone with a working install?

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