When using the command line,
cd is one of the most frequently used shell commands. I've gotten used to the ability to type
tab, and then pressing
tab again to see what directories there are to
cd into. Ubuntu has recently started including the
colord package and its tools start with
cd. Now if I press
tab, I get this:
$ cd cd cd-fix-profile cd-it8 cd-create-profile cd-iccdump
How can I make sure all those
cd-* executables don't show up when I'm using the command line? I assume they are necessary for the OS, so I can't just move them out or rename them; however, I don't want them to be completed or even visible when I'm in bash.
Note that this is under bash 4.4.20(1) which is what comes with Ubuntu 18.04.
As an aside: are those executables still included in Ubuntu 20.04?