it's an alias to summon the command history only for lazy people well for busy too

alias h='history'
typing history it's a long way but typing only h it's my way it works in whatever distro or OSes or shells that you use, you know, only for easyness :)
Sample Output
............
  448  df
  449  ./wlan111
  450  mc
  451  htop
  452  history
  453  activate modulos/wine-1.1.6.lzm
  454  wine POV-Ray/bin/pvengine.exe
  455  df
  456  umount /mnt/myfs
  457  xfs_repair /dev/loop/24
  458  umount /mnt/myfs1
  459  xfs_repair /dev/loop/25
  460  dmesg
  ...........

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By: ximo88
2009-04-28 11:20:03

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