lost key function when ssh to remote machine
I ssh to a remote linux machine, and was trying to <tab> to complete the command sentence eg. vi sim<tap> i should have got a vi simple.txt
if there is a simple.txt in that directory.
However, the <tab> key does not work as it should, and it just create a <tab> space for me.
In addition, when using linux on my local machine, the up key would give me a history command i use previously, but when I ssh to one of the linux machine (not the same machine), that key does not work.
Someone told me that i have to set some profile or customize key on that remote machine for my account. Does anyone know what need to be done?
Last edited by ufmale; 02-01-2008 at 12:31 PM.