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#TIL that you can navigate part of your Linux commands with CTRL like CTRL+A gets you to the beginning of the typed command, CTRL+D deletes the forward command and CTRL+E gets you to the end of the typed command.

NONE OF THIS WAS FOUND IN ANY LINUX-FU LESSONS! THESE WERE WAY EASIER TO USE THAN USING THE ARROW KEYS GODDAMMIT!

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  • 2
    dude, it's called bash navigation 101, what you listed are emacs nav's, now hold on,issue command "set -o vi", it will switch to vi nav, and now you can live in Vi forever. how cool is that ?
  • 1
    @kLue When I read this I began audibly sobbing tears if joy
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