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How To Enable Timestamp In Bash History In Linux

 

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You can easily find the list of recently executed commands in Linux using history command, right? Yes. But how do you know the time at which the command was executed? Of course, you can search in the log files. However, there is an easier way. You can simply enable timestamp in Bash history in Linux, so it is easier to find when was a specific command is executed in Linux.

 

Neat little tip and at the end of the article you can find details on doing the same thing in zsh and fish. 😎

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