How to delete One line on tcsh history....??
agus.262 at gmail.com
Fri May 16 04:26:54 UTC 2008
2008/5/15 Pietro Cerutti <gahr at freebsd.org>:
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> Agus wrote:
> | Hi guys,
> | I've been trying to delete one line from my user tcsh history cause i
> made a
> | su and it seems didnt hit enter very well so i typed the password on the
> | console...Now anyone that can look my history will see my pass...
> | I tried to edit and delete a few lines but it all comes again....tried
> | history clear but when i login again it apperas all again..hehe...
> | Its so secure and cool tcsh taht i have no idea how to do it...been a
> | user...
> You can clear your history (the whole history will be lost!!) by
> | history -c
> No clue whether you can remove a single line..
> | Cheers and thanks,
> | Agustin
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> Pietro Cerutti
> gahr at FreeBSD.org
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thanks guys.....I used the history command and worked; weird, i had tried
that...maybe i used it in another place...
Thanks guys. Cheers,
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