How do y'all keep track of terminal commands that are super handy but you will still probably only use them once every ~3 months and completely forget the flags/syntax/regex in the meantime
@The_BFOOL I search my bash history a lot. Also look at man pages, use the help flags, and occasionally keep notes. There's a couple regexes I put in a text file in my home directory that I copy and paste as needed. I wish I was more disciplined about tracking that kind of thing.
@The_BFOOL yeah there's some awful ones. I forgot to mention I also do the Google search thing a lot. But if it's something I've done before, "history | grep" or "history | less" is my first step.
@The_BFOOL txt file on my desktop
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