stanhalprin at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 4 07:14:52 PST 2007
----- Original Message ----
From: Bill Moran <wmoran at collaborativefusion.com>
>Many shells keep a history as a matter of normal operation. You might
>find that enough for you. Personally, I use bash, and the command
>"history" brings the last 100 commands or so.
No, this isn't sufficient. The problems are:
1) occasionally the sysadmin people at the server farm do stuff
2) sometimes I edit files, and of course the shell doesn't record how
3) the shell history seems erratic! It remembers the session clearly, but if I reboot, for example, and look at the history, it's not what I would
expect it to be.
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