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#bash #unix
Question
Flush the history to file every time we see a new command prompt.
Answer
history -a

Tags
#bash #unix
Question
Flush the history to file every time we see a new command prompt.
Answer
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Tags
#bash #unix
Question
Flush the history to file every time we see a new command prompt.
Answer
history -a
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Someday Never Comes: Share your Bash history across terminals in Terminator
nfiguration files, .bashrc for instance. #save history after every command #use 'history -r' to reload history PROMPT_COMMAND="history -a ; $PROMPT_COMMAND" What we are saying here is to invoke <span>history -a with every new command prompt line. This flush the history to file every time we see a new command prompt. You can verify this if you monitory you .bash_history file. Have we reached wh

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repetition number in this series0memorised on               scheduled repetition               
scheduled repetition interval               last repetition or drill


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