Re: Move cursor in an Ubuntu terminal with the mouse
Originally Posted by choinul
this comes from (up / down) bash-history. it is set global or in your ~/.bashrc.
you can even serach vor prefiouse commands by hitting:
Esc then type /mor --> if you type before the command will come up and you can run it again (you can even edit the line - but this another story).
type in a terminal: env | grep HISTSIZE to see the size of your bash-history.
and by the side: terminal don't know mice
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