Let's say I type a shell command in gnome-terminal/bash that spans multiple lines and run it.
shell> abcdef ghijk lmn opq rstuv wxyz
Then when I want to run the same command again, I hit the up-arrow. Instead of seeing the same command again (which always used to be the case), gnome-terminal now only shows me parts of the last line with a
< at the beginning of the line:
That is, no prompt, just that line.
If I hit CTRL-A at that point, I will get the first line of the original command with a
> at the end.
shell> abcdef ghijk l>
Here, the prompt is back.
How can I configure my setup so that hitting the up-arrow after a long command will simply display the complete long command again, spanning multiple lines and including the prompt?