Bash History Your Linux Command History Explained
Bash, the default shell in the majority of Linux distributions, has countless features and tricks to make you more efficient. In this video, @Learn Linux TV describes not only how to use the history command, but also some techniques to make better use of it.
0:44 About the ‘History’ Command
4:20 Add Sudo to a Previous Command
5:05 How to Customize the Output of History
8:42 How to Review the last 4 Commands
9:11 How to use History with Grep
10:01 Using Sudo on the Most Recent Command
10:32 Reverse Searching History
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