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Fedora 14  log file - where to find it?

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Is there a file to view all the key strokes?
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try to check /var/log/secure
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that will show the commands used before.
To look for a string, and I am supposing you are using bash shell, Use Control-R and left/right arrows to edit, then Use Enter to execute again.
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