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hi

i was wondering if you could create an alias on your desktop so when you click it it works the same as typing a command in terminal so i dont have to type it everytime?

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That is possible, however did you know that you can simply hit the arrow keys (Up, Down) repeatedly and it will auto fill in your last commands?

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That is possible, however did you know that you can simply hit the arrow keys (Up, Down) repeatedly and it will auto fill in your last commands?
oh i didn't know that
how do you make an alias though?
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