I want to keep my duplicates and all commands started with a space. How do I do that? I have no ideas what to do. Last time that I messed with bash nothing worked at all afterwards.

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Open .bashrc using your favorite editor, for example:

gedit ~/.bashrc

Then find:


Change it to:


And save the file.

Now duplicated commands and commands started with a space will be saved in your bash history too.

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