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How to enable Autolist in Solaris 10?

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Hi, I am running Solaris 10 with bourne shell. When I go to for example
/etc/ directory and on a Linux server i can double click Tab to show contents of the directory, but on Solaris it does not work. How can i enable it?
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woolmilkporc earned 1000 total points
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Use bash!
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this is what i have


# ps
   PID TTY         TIME CMD
  4400 syscon      0:00 ps
  4354 syscon      0:00 sh
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That did the trick, Thank You
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