Re: newbie-esque: how to cut & paste?
Quoting Jim Richardson (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> On Fri, Mar 30, 2001 at 02:37:13PM -0600, Bud Rogers wrote:
> > Wait til you type 'shutdown -h now' on the workstation in front of you
> > and nothing happens, then from the other room (where all the servers
> > are...) you hear, "Hey! What the %$%#@?!"
> Or do the same thing by hitting the up arrow key one time too many
> followed by return...
> Anyone know how to make bash history *not* keep certain commands? :)
where foo is ignorespace (what you asked for), ignoredups or
ignoreboth (also ignores successive duplicate command lines).
Then add a space at the beginning of the line when you you type
things like rm -f * or shutdown.
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