I was running an xterm yesterday and went back through the history of
commands to find one I had previously used when I came across the following
command that had been typed in:
PROMPT_COMMAND='pwd>&8;kill -STOP $$'
Apologies for my lack of know-how but what does this command do? I didn't
type it in originally (if I did, I'd know what it meant!), so I'm trying to
find out if someone was at my pc.
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