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comment (reverse-i-search) in bash
This really is not the best answer. The best answer is the one given by Dennis Williamson: add stty -ixon in your .bashrc (or in some other corresponding config file), and then Ctrl-S steps forward in history, similarly as Ctrl-G steps backward. First Ctrl-S keypress after Ctrl-G changes reverse-i-search to i-search, the next Ctrl-S takes the first step forward. Then each Ctrl-S takes one step forward more.
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comment Why Linux /etc/fstab UUIDs are case sensitive?
Actually, ext4 UUIDs are also case sensitive. Further, volume IDs are also hexadecimal numbers AFAIK, not strings.
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asked Why Linux /etc/fstab UUIDs are case sensitive?
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comment Vim - how to substitute a word in-place?
ye, vep does the same and it's 2 keypresses shorter (my answer below).
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answered Vim - how to substitute a word in-place?
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