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Docker Machine comes with command completion for the bash and zsh shell.
Installing Command Completion
Make sure bash completion is installed. If you are using a current version of Linux in a non-minimal installation, bash completion should be available.
On a Mac, install with
brew install bash-completion.
Place the completion script in
/etc/bash_completion.d/ as follows:
On a Mac:
sudo curl -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/docker/machine/v0.16.0/contrib/completion/bash/docker-machine.bash -o `brew --prefix`/etc/bash_completion.d/docker-machine
On a standard Linux installation:
sudo curl -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/docker/machine/v0.16.0/contrib/completion/bash/docker-machine.bash -o /etc/bash_completion.d/docker-machine
Completion is available upon next login.
Place the completion script in your a
completion file within the ZSH
configuration directory, such as
mkdir -p ~/.zsh/completion curl -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/docker/machine/v0.16.0/contrib/completion/zsh/_docker-machine > ~/.zsh/completion/_docker-machine
Include the directory in your
$fpath, by adding a like the following to the
~/.zshrc configuration file.
compinit is loaded or do it by adding in
autoload -Uz compinit && compinit -i
Then reload your shell:
exec $SHELL -l
Depending on what you typed on the command line so far, it completes:
- commands and their options
- container IDs and names
- image repositories and image tags
- file paths
Where to go next
- Get started with a local VM
- Machine command-line reference
- Machine drivers
- Machine concepts and help