Cursus — a systemwide Bash/Zsh/* command line history

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Always losing your command line history when working with multiple shell windows? My colleague has written a cure against it which will help you to never lose your history again! I’ve often more than 30 shells open and without utility support, this is hard to handle because the CLI history is always overwritten by the last closing shell. Read on to know how you can have the same comfort too! Read more on Medium (Friend Link, free for all)

Posted on: Fri, 11 Sep 2020 00:00:00 UTC by Mario Kleinsasser
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  • Doing Linux since 2000 and containers since 2009. Like to hack new and interesting stuff. Containers, Python, DevOps, automation and so on. Interested in science and I like to read (if I found the time). Einstein said "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited." - I say "The distance between faith and knowledge is infinite. (c) by me". Interesting contacts are always welcome - nice to meet you out there - if you like, do not hesitate and contact me!