Small tip - Call a command from historyFollow @ggarron
History is a Linux Operating System command, that lets you review the last commands used, so you can use it again.
To learn a bit more about history read: History Linux command, once you have found the command you need, there is no need to re-write it or cut and paste it, just enter ! followed with the number of the command you want to reuse, with no spaces in the middle, and that is:
Check this example:
466 man nohup 467 sudo aptitude install coreutils 468 sudo vim /etc/apt/apt.conf 469 sudo aptitude install coreutils 470 man nice 471 sudo aptitude update 472 man nice
so if I enter this command:
The man page of nice will be displayed on your screen.