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it is simple..
type "history" to list the previous commands..
history > output
typing that in the terminal will save the output to a file
also the script command is a useful one to record the terminal activities
type script in the terminal the moment from which you want the activities recorde.then when you are done just type exit.and you will find a file named typesdript in the home directory..that will do
A am using RHEL5.4 and in my server I logined as a root user and i have done some tasks like creating files,
directories deleting directories and before logout as root i entered a command "history -c".
Then what is the procedure to view also those previous commands.
I used a command "lastcomm", but it is not ginving the complete information.
Friends is there any command to view my previous commands