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Tue, 04 May 2004 23:54:48 +0100
Pan/0.14.0 (I'm Being Nibbled to Death by Cats!)
I have dug through the man page but seem to be missing the answer to this
Is it possible to match on the history? For example:
$ ssh <press up>
to return the last command that started with ssh rather than the last
command no matter what it was? My command history is pretty repetitive so
the long and intricate ssh lines get lost in the midst of a bunch of other
random junk. (I am aware that the correct answer would be to create script
files, but the parameters change slightly every time it seems and
maintenance is a pain.)
If not available from within BASH are there any other shells that might
implement such a feature, or possibly and extension to BASH?
Thanks in advance.
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