SearchOpenSource: Shell Game: Managing Bash Command History
Sep 07, 2006, 09:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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"The Bash shell is the default shell environment in most Linux
distributions, including all flavours of Red Hat. One default
feature of the Bash shell is to record a history of all the
commands entered by a user in a log file called .bash_history,
found in the user's home directory.
"The history in this file can be retrieved from the command line
using the more or cat binaries or by using the internal Bash
command, history. For many users, it is useful to retrieve the
previously executed commands, usually to save the effort of