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- Luis P. Mendes
November 24, 2004, 1:50 am
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I get what seems to be a strange behavior when using scp in machine B.
1- I do a ssh to another host, in a terminal window of machine A, and
get a shell in machine B
2- In B, I begin to issue 'scp A:/us and press the <TAB> key in order
to complete the directory name to 'usr/'. At this point, the terminal
freezes and I have to close the window.
3- If, on the contrary, I didn't issue the ssh (step 1), when I do
scp /us and press <TAB>, bash completes the action. Furthermore, when I
~ have: scp /usr/fileA B:/us and press <TAB> bash also completes the
command line without freezing.
So, is this a normal behavior?
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