Linux Crash Course – Bash History

Bash is the default shell in the majority of Linux distributions, and it has countless features and tricks to make you more efficient. Bash keeps a history of the commands you’ve typed at the prompt, but most people aren’t aware of additional functionality that the history provides you. In this episode of Linux Essentials, Jay describes not only how to use the history command, but also some techniques to make better use of it.

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