<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, wrote
> > VeeJay wrote:
> > >
> > > Could someone would like to describe that how we can disable
> > > to show last executed commands by pressing Up Arrow?
> By default most of the shells like bash, zsh, ksh have history
> option. But you can avoid writing the history of the current
> session to the history file by unsetting the HISTFILE environment
> variable. So next time when you login the history of the
> previous session will not be shown.
Perhaps so, but to me it seems that OP was asking to turn off the
history recall in the current session itself. In bash & zsh,
setting HISTSIZE may be of some value.
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