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