Store and share your shell history

I’m sure we’ve all lost some laborious but useful command lines to the mists of time. Some way to automatically store command history and share it between machines sounds like a cunning idea. Cuberick: Bash History In The Cloud. My main worry is that some supposedly private information will end up in this collection. It’s …

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Don’t lose that command history

If you have ever run multiple terminal windows at the same time on a Linux system you have probably hit this problem. Only part of the command history seems to be saved for future sessions. This can be really irritating if you want to go back and re-sun some complex, finicky command. “Cube Rick” has …

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