Today I learned a few more keyboard shortcuts for a quicker terminal usage. Besides the previously learned zsh buffer these are more about navigating in your terminal.

New learnings

Hit: ^ + a

Your cursor jumps to the beginning of the line.

Hit: ^ + e

Your cursor jumps to the end of the line.

Hit: ^ + u

Cut the current line.

Hit: ^ + y

Paste the cut line/word.

Hit: ^ + k

Delete the right side of the line from the cursor.

Already known shortcuts

Hit: ^ + r

Search your bash history.

Hit: ^ + w

Cut the previous word.


^ is actually your ctrl-Key ;)

For more unknow shortcuts have a look at this thread.