I use bash and I would like to avoid some commands being kept in the history. Is it possible to do that for the next command only? Is it possible to do that for the entire session?
I'm running a software daemon that requires for certain actions to enter a passphrase to unlock some features which looks for example like that: $ darkcoind masternode start <mypassphrase> ...
How is command line history stored when I use multiple terminal windows? I know it is stored in .bash_history but I can't see the logic on what history is used if I open new window. It almost feels ...
I use GNU screen with 5 different sessions, each of which stores its own command history. But often I don't find a command in the history, although I'm sure I've used it exactly in the session I'm ...
User can hide the command history in bash by either append a space before the command unset HISTFILE How to disable this?