Setting Your Bash Shell Prompt
Jan 04, 2009, 16:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Characters to Add Information to the bash Prompt !
Shows the current command history number. This includes all
previous commands stored for your username.
"# Shows the command number of the current command. This
includes only the commands for the active shell.
"$ Shows the user prompt ($) or root prompt (#), depending on
which user you are."
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