For example, when you are try to change directories, you can type 'cd' and then use TAB to find files or complete the full name of file or dir after typing first few letters. That is what I mean by auto completion.
It is not working on the bash shell.
Hmm, my bash with a single or double tab works fine for me. There is an article here about bash autocomplete that might help. I've never had to set anything special, it just worked out of the box.
We are not allowed to run sudo and for me /etc/profile.d/bash_completion.sh does not exist.
this server does not allow you to run "sudo".
If you need to install a dependency, please put it in your home directory.
* For autotools, you can do it with "./configure --prefix=~/my-path"
* For Python packages, use "pip install <package_name> --user" or create a Conda environment.
cat: /etc/profile.d/bash_completion.sh: No such file or directory
I have never seen this one before. What machine are you on? Perhaps you can save your various dot files .bashrc, .profile etc and copy the defaults from /etc/skel. Let me know if that works. Thanks
This happens on X2GOClient. I am on machine s001-n189. It does not happen when I use a standalone terminal from XQuartz from example.
But there is no /etc/profile.d/bash_completion.sh in either case.
thanks for attaching ... the only thing that jumps out at me is SHLVL=6. that means you are 6 levels deep - perhaps try exiting out to SHLVL=1 . however that is just a guess I'll have to research more.