I recently updated my macports install because I upgraded to the latest mountain lion OSX release. And suddenly my bash completion stopped working. No more list of servers after an ssh <TAB>, for instance.
Turns out the newer macports need a newer bash version than provided by OSX itself. So all I had to do in my terminal (well, iTerm) settings was to set the shell to /opt/local/bin/bash -l instead of the default /usr/bin/bash --login. This gets me macports’ new bash instead of OSX’s older one.
Hurray for actually re-reading the installation instructions when stuff is broken :-)
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