Google Search History
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 21, 2011
Google will not delete search history when I use Ctrl/shift/delete am absolute beginner and new today to Ubuntu,Thanks
Deleting "form & search history" in Firefox
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 1, 2014
Hey there, I'm using xubuntu 13.10 and Firefox 27.0.1.
For some reason, I'm unable to delete history, kind of. My "Form & Search History" is greyed out, for some reason.. I already reset(ed?) my firefox, used bleachbit, deleting history with and without an addon.. Whenever I write "test" on the search bar, it gives me "testing.test" as a suggestion.
What the hell is going on and how do I completely delete history?
unable to clear form and search history
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 12, 2011
on firefox "clear recent history" "form and search history" is grayed out and I can't delete that. How do I delete that?
How to get rid of yahoo search in firefox browser? [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: February 1, 2014
I have deleted the yahoo search in the my firefox browser search button. When I type some wrong url in the browser, I am getting yahoo search results. How to get rid of that?. My default search engine, I set was google.
screen shot http://imgur.com/bEc6983
I want to get rid of that yahoo search thing.
how to search command history beginning with what you type
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 16, 2010
in opensuse (from version 10.3 to newest), it supports shift + up/down when typing command in the terminal, which prompts the command history beginning with the typed words. The feature comforts the experience navigating in the command history, but it differs from CTRL +R. I dislike it.
Does it achieved from alias in bashrc? how can it be enabled in ubuntu?
I moved to ubuntu because of driver(wireless) problems, but I'm missing it whenever I type a word in the terminal.
Thanks for your helps.
Updated: How can we search the command history beginning with the typed words in the terminal?
[SOLVED] Search (not Browser) history, where is the file located in Firefox ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 11, 2010
Is it possible to locate the Firefox file that retains "Search" history (not particularly "Browser" history)?
I have lost a hardcopy list of authors and titles of books/ebooks that I search the web for. However, most of the time when I would enter a name or title a drop down list would have that entry I wanted, and I could just click on it. That drop down list is what I am calling "Search" history.
I'd like to find that file and print it out.
Using Ubuntu 8.10.
search Command History
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 23, 2013
How do I search command history, besides using the up and down arrows?
For example I used a command that started with m, but I don't remember what that command was. I could up or down arrow thru several thousand commands until I recognize it.
Is it possible search command history at a particular date?
Search Terminal History
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 30, 2011
How do I search terminal command history? For example I want to search commands that start w/cp.
Bash command history search
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 9, 2009
Is it possible for me to search through the history of all my previously used commands instead of pressing the up key many times to find a previously used command?
I'm sort of a newbie when it comes to the terminal and I find it easy to learn and practice commands by using them again and again. So when I get a syntax error all I need to do is do an instant search to find the last time I used the command properly. I know the man pages will explain that but I find it's faster if I get my own command with my specific arguments and paths.
Also is it possible to set a limit to the number of commands saved in the command history?
Which Search engine is your favorie? Google, Bing or Yahoo? Why?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 24, 2011
Which of the three major search engines is your favorite? Google, Bing, or Yahoo? Why is it your favorite?
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