On Mac OS X 10.9 and
zsh version 5.0.2 (x86_64-apple-darwin13.0) the
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org command traps a correct to
ssh User@192.168.12.2 [nyae].
I don’t want to disable zsh correction on the ssh command completely.
How figure out why zsh wants to make this correct, and prevent it from occurring?
ssh User@192.168.13.3also zsh correct to
ssh 192.168.13.2does not trap the zsh correct to
ssh User@192.168.13.4does not zsh correct to
- there is a
.zsh_historyfile of 2013 while zsh is configured for a maximum history of 2000 commands
- removing all occurences of
ssh User@192.168.12.2from .zsh_history doesn’t improve
- both 192.168.13.2 and 192.168.12.2 list as host on tab completion
.zshrcwhere the issue occurs contains only: