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history -d offset
history -anrw [filename]
history -p arg [arg ...]
history -s arg [arg ...]
With no options, display the command history list with line numbers. Lines listed with a *
have been modified. An argument of n lists only the last n lines. If the shell variable HIST-
TIMEFORMAT is set and not null, it is used as a format string for strftime(3) to display the
time stamp associated with each displayed history entry. No intervening blank is printed
between the formatted time stamp and the history line. If filename is supplied, it is used as
the name of the history file; if not, the value of HISTFILE is used. Options, if supplied,
have the following meanings:
-c Clear the history list by deleting all the entries.
man is always a good friend...
one more thing; apache 1.3 doesn't start on boot. i know i should put the apachectl start somewhere in /etc/rc.d/r.local/ or something like this. but i don't have a rc.local. and if i had i don't exactly know on which line to put apachectl start.