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revised How can I logout users when reboot/halt over ssh, but so that their .bash_history is saved?
clarified that "skill" is a command :)
May
24
comment How can I logout users when reboot/halt over ssh, but so that their .bash_history is saved?
Ok, done, after the 8 hour wait period was over.
May
24
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May
24
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revised How can I logout users when reboot/halt over ssh, but so that their .bash_history is saved?
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May
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May
22
comment How can I logout users when reboot/halt over ssh, but so that their .bash_history is saved?
How do I do that?
May
22
revised How can I logout users when reboot/halt over ssh, but so that their .bash_history is saved?
replaced history -w by history -a
May
22
comment How can I logout users when reboot/halt over ssh, but so that their .bash_history is saved?
I found "history -w" while looking for something similar. So I compared the 2 out of curiosity. "history -a" is definitely better because it avoids history duplication in ~/.bash_history. cf linux.die.net/man/1/bash (search for "history -c")(grr, why can't I presss enter in this comment form?!)
May
22
revised How can I logout users when reboot/halt over ssh, but so that their .bash_history is saved?
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May
22
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May
22
revised How can I logout users when reboot/halt over ssh, but so that their .bash_history is saved?
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