First off, I know that
~/ is the home directory. CDing to
~/ takes me to the home directory.
cd ~X takes me to a special place, where
X seems to be anything.
In bash, if I hit "
cd ~" and hit tab, it shows a bunch of possible
~X options like
~ssh. Going to those folders and doing a
pwd shows me that these folders are not in the home directory; they're all over the place.
They are not aliases. I've checked.
env. variables, or else they'd require a
What is setting these links, and where can I find where these are being set?