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SSH in Terminal to a Linux Station --- Want working directory in title

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I have my linux machine at my desk but simply like to SSH into it from my mac terminal to do anything on it. On my Linux machine it my .cshrc file automatically puts my working directory path in the terminal title. I was wondering if I could do this on the mac terminal...That is put my working directory im currently in on the linux im ssh'ing into on my terminal title on my mac... I have no idea what this requires, if at all possible. does this question make sense?

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