History Command Log File

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    Question History Command Log File

    Isn't there a log file in Linux whereby commands previosly used are stored? Say i did a command like sudo rm -R /etc, isn't there a file which stores it? I know the command history does show some, but not all.

    If yes, where could i locate the log file like the directory, say in Ubuntu hardy heron or Fedora 10
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