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bash completion for "systemd-nspawn --bind" should handle regular files, too #5076

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safinaskar opened this Issue Jan 13, 2017 · 2 comments

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safinaskar commented Jan 13, 2017

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bash completion for "systemd-nspawn --bind" should handle regular files, too (not only directories).
It can be useful to mount files. For example, --bind /etc/resolv.conf:/etc/resolv.conf .
Check zsh completion, too. And check other similar options of systemd-nspawn.

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patches very welcome for things like this

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poettering commented Jan 13, 2017

patches very welcome for things like this

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It seems I can do this so: 76b00ed . But I'm not sure. And still this is possible other options should be changed. And zsh.

safinaskar commented Jan 13, 2017

It seems I can do this so: 76b00ed . But I'm not sure. And still this is possible other options should be changed. And zsh.

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