Make the most of your Bash History, with a cheatsheet!

December 6, 2008

I just found a great guide to making the most efficient use of your bash history.  If you commonly find yourself scrolling through your bash history with your arrow keys, this guide is for you.  In case you were wondering, Ubuntu uses emacs mode for command editing by default.  The cheatsheet can be found at the bottom of the post.  Thanks Peteris!

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2 Responses to “Make the most of your Bash History, with a cheatsheet!”


  1. You’re welcome! :)

  2. jadu Says:

    Peter’s guide is awesome; his all work helped me in many ways; thanks Peter and you.

    // unstableme.blogspot.com


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