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FreeBSD csh style history auto completion in bash

I am looking for a way to make it so that my ubuntu bash shell has the same kind of history completion as you get with csh in FreeBSD. The behavior is that on the command line if i start to type ...
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Possible to use “screen” over SSH in script?

I am having this interesting problem, where I would like to start this command nc -l 8023 | zfs receive tank3/pro1 on a remote host 10.10.10.11. If I run ssh -n 10.10.10.11 'nohup nc -l 8023 | ...
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csh -> bash, autostart .bashrc PCBSD (FREEBSD)

Hey Im stucked with this problem... Im using PCBSD (freebsd) which has default csh shell, now I wanted to use bash as a default so I made > chsh -s /bin/bash milo now i have in passwd > ...
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Unable to make bash default shell in freebsd

I wanted to change my default shell to bash in freebsd. I tried the following: 1.chsh -s /bin/bash (or /usr/local/bin/bash) <my_username> I get this error after entering the password: chsh: ...
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Bash Prompt Not Showing Colours (git)

I have the following in my .bash_profile, to give me git branch info in my bash prompt: # Configure colors, if available. if [ -x /usr/bin/tput ] && tput setaf 1 >&/dev/null; then ...
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Grep all files in a directory and print matches with filename

I have a list of log files that I create as part of a video encoding script that I wrote. I would like to search all of them and print out certain statistics from the encode - how fast they were ...
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FreeBSD 8.2: Keystrokes in Bash do not show up

I just installed the latest FreeBSD 8.2 distro using Parallels Desktop. Problem: Whatever I type in the Bash/Shell it is not echoed on the screen. It's behaving like a password prompt. As soon I hit ...
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vim not starting in bash shell

My terminal(FREE BSD) uses CShell by defualt , under which vim is working fine . But to run some testscripts , i have to use bash shell ,where some of my env variables are defined . Once i am in bash ...
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saving bash shell errors to file

I'm trying to save the errors when I do a chmod to a file. I am running the command: chmod -R 766 * > chmod-errors.txt But that does not work. I also tried chmod -R 766 * | cat > ...