history | grep "keyword2find"
does not gives unlimited history that i typed in the terminal onwards i installed ubuntu. I want to see all of them without a time span.
I am using Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca for about 2 days and accidentally typed my password into the terminal which is now displayed in the history list of commands I have previously typed.
I want to clear the terminal history completely.
I noticed something very odd when searching through my bash history with grep
ever since I've updated to Fedore 22:
$ history | grep pwd
Binary file (standard input) matches
For some reason grep seems to think that the output of the history
command is binary and instead of printing the lines that match
it simply tells me that t