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Default find last or special command I run with /bin/csh

I use FreeBSD 8.1 Release AMD64 with Gnome and shell of root user is csh and shell of normal user is zsh .
in normal user when I press
Code:
Ctrl+r
I see this
Code:
bck-i-search: _
and for example when I type
Code:
ss
I see this
Code:
grep -i "the" messages
and I can find last command has ss .
this way is great and I can find last command I run it before very easy and fast and I can find all command I run before by type first letter
can I have something like this with root use and csh shell ?
I do not want change root shell and I want use csh .
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