Review a list of previous Unix commands.
- In this movie, we'll learn to use Unix's command history. … Unix keeps track of the commands we use … and that history is a useful reference … that can help us to work efficiently. … Here it is let's switch over to here. … The way you can view the command history … is with the history command. … Type history and hit return … and it will return a list of past commands … in the order that you used them. … Your list may be different than mine. … You may have entered different commands … and your version of history may be configured differently. … We'll talk more about that in a moment. … These are the same commands … that we can access by using the up arrow. … History just gives us a list of them. … You will also notice that the history accumulates over time. … If you type some commands and then log out … and come back the next day, … the history will still include those previous commands. … Unix remembers the history … by storing those commands in a file. … And we can see that file … if we're in our user home directory, ls-la. …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Unix
2. Files and Directories
3. Ownership and Permissions
4. Commands and Processes
5. Directing Input and Output
6. Configure Your Working Environment
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