Learning Bash Scripting

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  1. DevynCJohnson

    DevynCJohnson Well-Known Member Staff Member Staff Writer

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  2. Virneto

    Virneto Member

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    Very interesting suggestion!!
    I've had this link in my favorites for some months.
    It really is a very useful resource for learning BASH!!
    ;)
  3. Luis Pena

    Luis Pena New Member

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    nice, i think everyone should try this at one point.
  4. Mark Harris

    Mark Harris New Member

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    I agree that the site provides a very good tutorial, altho' I think if one is going to get serious about learning bash, a good ebook is pretty essential. There are some good alternatives at it-ebooks
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    Kryyll Active Member

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    Bash is a get 'er done language. :)
  6. Cyber-Berserker

    Cyber-Berserker Active Member

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    There are plenty of Bash books and guides at the Linux Documentation Project.
    http://www.tldp.org/
  7. MikeyD

    MikeyD Active Member

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    Here is another good (very in-depth) guide regarding some of the "scarier" shell commands, specifically awk and sed.

    Its a bit dated, but its what I used to go from a sed noob to pro aka
    sed 's/ \([Nn]oob*\) / \([pP]ro \) /g'

    http://www.grymoire.com/Unix/index.html

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