The Power of Linux “History Command” in Bash Shell

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14 Responses

  1. charm aliros says:

    This article saved tons of my worries. I am not a linux cli expert and I am asked to configure an l2tp server. Did not know how to add iptables rules and so checking the previous commands in a different server, I was able to copy and execute the proper commands!

    Cheers!

  2. Satyendra Jaiswal says:

    Hi,
    I really very thankful for your post , it’s very useful for me , I am a beginner in Linux , we can delete all history using “$ history -c” command, but I want to delete my history from last 1 month, or any specified duration , how can we delete by command ,

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