I often use the
ctrl-o shortcut in bash (from "Learning the bash Shell"):
[G]o back to [a command in history] and press CTRL-O instead of RETURN. This will execute the command and bring up the next command in the history file. Press CTRL-O again to enter this command and bring up the next one.
It seems this shortcut is not available on OS X;
ctrl-o simply does nothing. A web search turns up the suggestion to use the
! bash builtin, but I don't see how I can accomplish the same thing as
ctrl-o with it.
Is it possible to somehow get
ctrl-o behavior in Terminal.app on OS X?