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Re: can't the shell do a better job

On Tue, Jan 04, 2005 at 11:01:32AM +0100, Dani Belz wrote:
> Let's assume I search for 'cdrecord'. I find several entries in
> history, but not the one I was searching for. So I do a C-a C-k or a
> C-u to get an empty prompt again. But now, I am somewhere in the
> middle of the history. Is there a possibility to jump to the end of
> history again? Let me clearify this a bit:

Try "ALT+>", so the ALT key and the "greater than" key. [On my
keyboard that is "SHIFT+."] That should bring you to the end of the
history. "ALT+<" brings you to the begin.

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