2018-11-05 bash-ctrl+r

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Bash ctrl+r

Bash has a special “recall” mode you can use to search for commands you’ve previously run:

Ctrl+R: Recall the last command matching the characters you provide. Press this shortcut and start typing to search your bash history for a command. Ctrl+O: Run a command you found with Ctrl+R. Ctrl+G: Leave history searching mode without running a command. keyboard-shortcuts-for-bash-command-shell