kdesu and bash-completion ( Solved)
art.alexion at verizon.net
Sun Jan 15 12:33:57 GMT 2006
Reuben Kagan wrote:
>First of all, take a look at this :
>so, what we cold learn from it:
>1. open ~/.bashrc, go down to the end of the file and uncomment
>if [ -f /etc/bash_completion ]; then
> . /etc/bash_completion
>from that point, sudo has sane comletion, but not kdesu.
>so , create new file
>and put one line there:
>complete -F _root_command $filenames kdesu
>that's all, you need to resource /etc/bash_completion
>in opened shells, obviously
Thanks so much for understanding the problem and providing a solution.
I think bash-completion is an indispensable shell feature.
Arthur S. Alexion LLC
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