How to delete your commands history in UNIX
Each time when you enter a command on UNIX command line prompt, corresponding its history entry is created. There is a command to delete history from your UNIX account to boost systems privacy.
Following command will flash out all the history entries from UNIX account.
- First log into your UNIX system using your username and password.
To display all the previous entries which were created earlier, type “history” and press “Enter.”
Now type “history -c” and press “Enter.” All history of previous commands will flush out.
Using this command you can delete all commands history in UNIX / LINUX operating system.
You can get more information about history command, by typing “man history” at command prompt.
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