Dell 480 XPS 3G ram Quad Core 2.40GHz, Radeon HD 2400 PRO, Audigy1, 3x320G HDD, 320G External, Debian Testing for use, Debian Squeeze for secure use, Debian Sid for FUN
Looks like the terminal is remembering the last command now.
I've been closing the terminal using the 'X' (close) button, in the titlebar, and it's been working fine (as of beta 1).
Intel ® P4 Extreme Edition 3.4 (Gallatin) || DFI ® LanParty PRO875B rev B1
Crucial ® Ballistix Tracer PC4000 1GB || Mountain Mods U2-UFO Opti-1203
XFX 7600GT 560M AGP (PV-T73A-UDF3) || Corsair HX520W Modular PSU
All methods work here for me, but I have a persistent sudo time out so I guess that might have a bearing as well.
Boot Info Script
Ubuntu User number is # 32763
Linux User number is # 527179
bash released a patch (008 ) the other day that returned history write when using the close button
Was included in last bash update
seal tks for the info on ctrl-r much faster than entering history then scrolling and using ! to open a previous used command