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?
This is the twin to this question. Most obscure/upvoted answer will get the answer vote! Most Unix and Unix-like systems have a "traditional history" that is passed down with each generation, so ...
User can hide the command history in bash by either append a space before the command unset HISTFILE How to disable this?