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Store and recall favorite commands lines

I'm using ssh a lot on linux clients, and I always have the same problem: I never remember how do I do this or that command.
I have to slide up to find back the previous cmd lines I want to use: again. (or search on Internet for some examples)
This is due to the fact that I'm still new to Linux and I'm too much MS Win. product oriented.
Therefore I would find really cool to have an option to select a command line we just executed, then store it as favorite, in order to call that cmd-line from favorites later.

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davidinfodom shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
Launched  ·  AdminTermius Support (vcc, Termius) responded  · 


This is now available with the auto-complete feature.

Though it’s only works under the Premium subscription. We soon will add free trials on iOS so you could check the functionality first.

If you want to get a free trial already now just let us know via the Contact Form and we’ll send you the invitation.



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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    In the meantime, if your shell supports it (I can confirm bash does), look into the alias command.

  • commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I do know if you hit the directional pad arrow 'up' it will scroll through your previously used commands. However I do not think that a 'Favorites' list is a feature at this time. I think it would be a really cool idea and would probably use it quite often seeing as how I am also new to the world of Linux.

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