ssh autocomplete

complete -W "$(echo `cat .bash_history | egrep '^ssh ' | sort | uniq | sed 's/^ssh //'`;)" ssh
Could use your ssh bash history if your known_hosts are hashed and you want to keep it hashed

By: kulor
2009-07-24 09:48:46

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or you could set your hosts in .ssh/config
svg · 681 weeks and 1 day ago
You just blew the purpose of a hashed known_hosts files with the history. It may protect you against bots, thats all.
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