Have been working on Redhat 9 for about 6 months. I often write little batch scripts, sometimes just as a way to save a lengthy command line. I 'm just wondering, if it's possible to capture command line entries ( bash etc ) into a text file with a timestamp. When used, this will make libcurl attempt to figure out the timestamp of the remote file, By default, history do not append with timestamp, but it is easy to configure it to display timestamp, you just need to set one environment variable HISTTIMEFORMAT." Does anyone know about this.