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Other than viewing the history, is there a way to filter my history?



Say I want to search for a command that started with "ssh"?


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Press Ctrl+R and type ssh. Ctrl+R will start search from most recent command to old one (reverse-search). If you have more than one command which starts with ssh, Press Ctrl+R again and again until you find the match.



Once you've found the match you can press Enter to execute the command or left / right cursor to just select the text of the command.



There is no default reverse option for Ctrl+R to invert the direction of the search but here you will find some suggestions about it.


[#42366] Monday, May 22, 2023, 10 Months  [reply] [flag answer]
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