You can also press
Ctrl+r and start typing a command you're looking for. You'll get an autocomplete of your past
commands. Keep entering symbols and you'll get closer and closer to the thing you're looking for.
Ctrl+r to go to the previous occurence of the matching line
You can "tag" lines with
# to find it easier later. E.g.:
ls -la | grep doc | sort -r | wc #report
You'll quickly come back to the original line.
# creates a comment, and everything after
# is ignored, but stays in
↓to go to previous/next line in history
historyto view history
!Nto repeat a line from history, where N is a number (e.g.
!!to repeat the previous command
!! | grep Docwill repeat the previous command and pipe it with
manto open man-page (help page) (e.g.
man wcto open man-page for