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June 14, 2016 AT 12:21 pm

Simple Instructions for Recording Your Entire Bash History #Unix #HowTo

For example if you ever need to find that command you once executed, or just because.

It will only take a few seconds to update your PROMPT_COMMAND so that it logs every command to a file.

And the next time you’re trying to remember the command line options you used with find that one time (but can’t find in your current session’s history), you’ll be able to look it up in the log files.

Oh, and if you want to know how many times you’ve done a git push in the last three and a half years, you can look that up, too (5,585 git pushes for me)!

Read the full instructions here at Atomic Object.


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