On my Fedora 19 system tab completion doesn't work for bash scripts when I have a
sh at the beginning of the command line unless the script filename ends with a
That is, if I type:
$ sh file<tab>
And the current directory contains:
...tab completion doesn't work.
But if the current directory contains:
Completion works for everything else, so I suspect that there is a custom completer for commands that begin with
sh and it is looking for files that end
Is there an easy way to fix this? I want to fix it for my user, not for all users, because I don't want to modify the operating system.