Posts Tagged ‘ history ’

Distribution of Oft-Used Bash Commands

June 1, 2012
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Distribution of Oft-Used Bash Commands

Browsing commandlinefu.com today, I came across this little one-liner to display which commands I use most often. Here’s what I got: Yep, seems legit. I navigate and look at files a whole bunch (ls, cd, cat), and I do a butt tonne of editing (vim). I sudo like a boss, hop onto various servers (ssh),

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Notice that even though output is in a log scale, output is…

May 29, 2010
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Notice that even though output is in a log scale, output is…

Notice that even though output is in a log scale, output is shooting up in an exponential way. DATA from Brad DeLong

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