history in konsole tabs: where?

Dexter Filmore Dexter.Filmore at gmx.de
Thu Oct 11 20:44:49 BST 2007

> As someone already pointed out, bash stores the history in RAM
> until it exits, but you can influence this behavior by placing
> the following in your .bashrc file:
> shopt -s histappend
> export PROMPT_COMMAND='history -s'
> This will force bash to append the history to the .bash_history
> file and to update it whenever it displays a new prompt. This
> will synchronize the history among all of your tabs in konsole.

Yay, thanks!

And to all others for the insight. I assumed the on-command-update was the 
default behaviour.

Version: 3.12
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