I'm a unix newbie - all I really know how to do is navigate through directories, move and copy files, and other basic stuff. Is there a way for me to view the results of commands I've run in the past in terminal.app? Like a log or something? I used the command ls -a in my home directory, and I read a file called ".history_bash", but it only showed what commands I ran, not their output, if that's what you call it. My ultimate goal is to ask a question here about whether some command I issued screwed up or modified anything, but I don't want to run the command again and risk it. I forgot the results when I did it the first time because I was too stupid to print it out.