The history command can be used to retrieve the the commands you have previously typed in a shell.

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History command in graphic interface of OS

Does Ubuntu store a history of command executed in the graphic interface (not in a shell session)? For example if, by mouse, I click on System Settings, then click on Network, do these steps ...
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Prevent user from executing history -c command in shell

Is it possible to prevent specific user from executing history -c command in shell.
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Which page opened a tab in firefox?

While searching on well known and reliable pages, I suddenly had a new tab in firefox open with offending content. I closed the page, but it is still visible in the history of firefox. I want to ...
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History list without timestamp and unique the results

Using bash, I save my history with the timestamp. How do print the history omitting the timestamp? alias h=history alias g=grep -i To find lines that I used for heroku, I type: > h | g ...
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Bash History Search (CTRL+R) in Ubuntu Suggestions?

Bash has a great incremental history search with CTRL+R. However, using that is evidently tied to being in a bash. Ubuntu, on the other hand, has this nice global search tied to the Windows key (in ...
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How do I clear Software Center History?

I have old software center history from way back in June and I would like to clear it all but I have tried sudo rm -rf /var/log/apt/history.log /var/log/dpkg.log ut it did not work
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Get Activity Log in Linux

I don't know what was the size of files and in which folder they were put.but my little brother copied some files from one folder to another one.I am unable to get those files back.Is there any way so ...
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Bash history for root?

After installing 'ubuntu-desktop' on 12.04-LTS-server, the arrow keys work correctly for history navigation when the user is not root. However, for the root user, the arrow keys (for example, the ...
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How do I view the keyboard buffer?

I would like to be able to find some passwords I forgot to wright down. I use Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. update I realize I cant find passwords on the buffer but i would like to know how to read the ...
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How can I increase the viewing history (recent documents) in Okular?

I tried looking for an entry/number in ~/.kde/share/config/okularrc but there was nothing to edit there as to allow me to increase the number of saved addresses
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User account history showing incorrectly

I have found that in System Settings > User Accounts that if you select an account and then select the button called History (which is meant to show the login history for that account), it will ...
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Is there a terminal solution for recent visited files?

This post where are the files and dirs "recently used" stored? shows that some file stores the recently visited files by GTK3 applications. Is there a solution for recently visited files ...