command stack in buffer
mwe012008 at gmx.net
Tue Jan 5 11:12:34 UTC 2010
Odd <iodine at runbox.no> writes:
> Michael Welle wrote:
>> vijay shanker <vijay.shad at gmail.com> writes:
>>> 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.
> You can be certain that most Ubuntu users are running the default
well, some things will never be understood by mankind ;).
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