In linux, how to you see all the alias commands you have created?
NOTE: just "alias" works too, without the -p
last interval [days]
repetition number in this series
scheduled repetition interval
last repetition or drill
20. Advanced Shell Scripting eing deleted without prompting, but can be irritating for the administrator. See your ~/.bashrc file for these settings. See also unalias . unalias command Removes an alias created with alias . <span>alias -p Prints list of aliases. eval arg ... Executes args as a line of shell script. exec command arg ... Begins executing command under the same process ID as the current script. This is most