Type Less By Using The History Feature In Bash Shell To Recall Previous Linux Commands

Bash shell has a robust history feature which makes it easy to keep a track of previous commands that can be run again whenever needed. So if you spend a lot of time with Linux commands, this can save time by not entering same commands over and over. Seeing previously used commands: To get a list of previously used commands, from the shell/Terminal type: history This will show all the commands...

List All Built-In Bash Commands In Ubuntu / Linux Mint

Using the help feature to know more about a specific Bash command
With so many commands available at disposal from the Ubuntu / Linux Mint terminal, it can be useful to get a list of built-in commands supported by the Bash shell. (To get and idea about what a Linux shell is, refer to this brief overview of different shells in Linux  and to know how to use  various commands, refer to the Linux command line tutorial series). For getting the list of Bash commands,...