Hiding ur evil intent! Shame on you!

echo 'doing something very evil' >/dev/null && echo doing something very nice!
as a shell script, the possibilities are endless... #!/bin/bash echo doing something very evil! exit echo doing something very nice!
Sample Output
$ doing something very nice!

2019-09-20 12:47:19

What Others Think

This does not hide anything.
pdxdoughnut · 114 weeks and 1 day ago
Bash allows you to ignore history entries that begin with a space if you set the HISTCONTROL variable to ignorespace. Type a before a command before running it in the bash shell and the command will run normally, but won't appear in your history if you have this variable enabled.
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sammm · 51 weeks and 5 days ago
Shame on you :( shop builders spokane
geebranz · 37 weeks ago

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