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Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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· hoosteeno
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set -o vi

Put it in your shell's .profile equivalent. Use vi at the command line:

  • Search history with regexes ("ESC /regex")
  • move up through commands (ESC k)
  • jump to the end of of a previous command ($)
  • use numerous other line traversal commands that your fingers will know if you use vi
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