Recommendation for Intro to Bash (and Linux)?

Ken Jordan ken.w.jordan at gmail.com
Tue Jan 22 17:24:38 MST 2013


Just google for advanced bash scripting guide. Tons if scenarios and all
the basic tests are covered there.
On Jan 22, 2013 5:21 PM, "John D Jones III" <unixgeek1972 at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 01/14/2013 12:45 AM, AJ ONeal wrote:
> > When I was growing up Running Linux by O'Reilly was the best book money
> > could buy for an intro to Linux.
> >
> > Is it still the best? Or is something else particularly noteworthy?
> >
> > AJ ONeal
> >
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> +1 to all the prior mentions, I'd like to throw in http://is.gd/4TEJVx
> as well, it helped me greatly when I decided to ramp up my Shell-Fu
> although it made me a permanent zsh user, it has alot of killer bash
> tweaks too.
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