Bash History: How To Show A Timestamp When Each Command Was Executed

Posted by logix on Jul 12, 2019 8:52 AM EDT
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Bash keeps a history of the commands you type, which can be accessed by typing "history". By default you see a number followed by the commands you've used recently. This article explains how to get the Bash history to show the timestamp (date and time) when each command was executed.

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