In Solaris(command Line ), How to get the previous commands?
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One of my first cousin is sparingly use my system to view some examination results, I am planing to add a user account for him. Is it possible to create an account with out password? and can log on to GUI for browsing?
if you are using bash, then the up cursor key will do, but for korn shell, issue first the command set -o vi. to get to the previous command, press escape key followed by small letter k (similar to vi)
There is no timestamping in shell history so there is no way to get that information unless you are using a recent enough bash release and have properly set the HISTTIMEFORMAT variable. If you are using ksh, there are hacks to have your prompt saving the timestamp in the history file.