centosnoob

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comment How to copy a previously entered command using the history utility without running it again?
Yes, this is the exact solution.
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comment How to copy a previously entered command using the history utility without running it again?
yes this is an appropriate solution. thank you.
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comment How to copy a previously entered command using the history utility without running it again?
okay, I just wanted to see if it was possible to simply type in the number referring to the command and have it pasted directly at the terminal without having to manually copy and paste using the mouse.
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comment How to copy a previously entered command using the history utility without running it again?
@MDMarra I have updated the question. I hope it sheds some further light.
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comment How to copy a previously entered command using the history utility without running it again?
no that just finds that specific command previously run.
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asked How to copy a previously entered command using the history utility without running it again?