command stack in buffer
mwe012008 at gmx.net
Tue Jan 5 09:13:58 UTC 2010
vijay shanker <vijay.shad at gmail.com> writes:
> Hi all,
> I hope many of you must be aware of this.
> When i use a terminal to execute my commands. Some times i need to execute
> same command multiple times. So, if i want to choose a previously executed
> command, It makes me very tired to choose from history of command.
> So , instead of choosing I prefer to go and write it again. But i was
> thinking if there existing any thing that can remove duplicates form
> the command history?
it depends on the shell you're using. Search the according man page for
dup or duplicate. In csh for instance you can set the shell variable
histdup to erase.
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