How to get the “Command Buffer” in Solaris 10


When working on a linx CShell u get the option to press the up / down arrows to select the last command/s typed or the Command Buffer. This even works on Windows.

However this is not functional when working on Solaris, to which i recently switched. I am guessing that the shell is also a CShell.

Please tell me what key combination is required to have this feature on Solaris ?

Best Solution

The default shell in Solaris has command history, but you can also use Bash instead, it's more user friendly. Just type 'bash' (no quotes) at the command line. You can also edit /etc/passwd to make bash your default shell.

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