How to search history commands very effectively in bash shell command line? Posted on Mar 24, 2018 by Weiwei Jia In QAHow to search history commands very effectively in bash shell command line? Just enter CTRL+rThe function of above is: (reverse-i-search)`’:It is very fast and efficient.Read more:How to effectively disable a Linux user account? How to add a prefix string at the beginning of each line in Bash shell script on Linux? Deleting a Specific Line From a Text File in Command Line in Linux How to process a file line by line in Bash? Add Inline Comments for Multi-line Command in Bash Script Floating Point in Bash Shell How to change the commit message of a commit in the history (not HEAD)? How to find the history of updated packages by apt-get or aptitude?