Category: Linux

  • How to Run a Linux Command Without Saving It in History

    By default, every command that you execute on your terminal is stored by the shell (command interpreter) in a certain file called a history file or shell command history. In Bash (the most popular shell on Linux systems), by default, the number of commands persisted in the history is 1000, and some Linux distributions have 500. To check your history size in Bash, run this command: $ […]