Put the protocol back in the URL bar:
1. Enter the config by visition about:config
2. Enter "browser.urlbar.trimURLs" and change the value to "false"
To save some typing you can create aliases to the servers you frequently access via ssh. This can be accomplished by either editing the global file ( /etc/ssh/ssh_config ), if you’re root and and to make changes for all the users, or your own config file ( $HOME/.ssh/config ).
Follow the example, and remember to customize to your needs
Now you can ssh into that server using:
If you wish you could use friendly names to access your servers, here’s how to do it:
Edit your ~/.ssh/config and add the following:
Please, remember to customize "HostName" and "User" values to your needs. 🙂