Thanks to this question, I succeed to forbid my bash to stock the same command more than one time if I write many times the same command.
However, there is still a detail that I cannot resolve: my prompt contains the
\# special character that print command number for each command. And it still increment itself each time I enter a command, duplicate or not, even if my history doesn't fill up.
~/.bashrc, my prompt looks like this:
export PS1='aracthor \# >'
And when I write many times the same command, the command number increment:
aracthor 1 >pwd /home/aracthor aracthor 2 >pwd /home/aracthor aracthor 3 >
How can I avoid command number it to increment ?
I'm using Ubuntu 14.04.02 and
declare -p HISTCONTROL output is:
declare -x HISTCONTROL="ignoredups:erasedups"