Last Updated: February 25, 2016
· khasinski
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Seriously, why aren't you using ctrl+r?

In Bash (or most other shells nowadays) there is a nice search history option for commands. Simply press ctrl+r and type a few letters. It's simple and gives you a major productivity boost, but most people keep forgetting about this.

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