The bash shell is the standard terminal environment included with most Linux distributions, included with macOS, and available for installation on Windows 10. It remembers the commands you type and stores them in a history file. You probably know a few basics of the bash history, but it’s a lot more powerful than you might realize.
To scroll through your bash history, you can use a few of bash’s many useful keyboard shortcuts. Press these shortcuts and commands you’ve previously used will appear at the prompt.
Bash also has a special “recall” mode you can use to search for commands you’ve previously run, rather than scrolling through them one by one.
You can print your entire bash history to the screen by running a single command:
You’ll see a list of all the commands in your bash history, along with a number to the left of each. The command with a “1” next to it is the oldest command in your bash history, while the command with the highest number is the most recent.Read More...
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