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New zsher here.

When I do

$ ssh user@foo.com

all is well. But when I create an alias in .zshrc:

alias foo='ssh user@foo.com' and run foo, I get "Could not resolve hostname". Question: how do I begin to figure out what's going on? It all works for me in bash, but that has nothing to do with me knowing what I'm doing!

Update: When I change my alias to alias foo='user@ip_addess_for_foo' it works. A bug, maybe.

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What do you mean by "get my internet"? – poplitea Nov 28 '12 at 22:22
    
Connect to wifi and make sure I can ping host foo. – eeeeeean Nov 28 '12 at 23:31

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