Recommendation for Intro to Bash (and Linux)?

Derek Carter goozbach at friocorte.com
Wed Jan 23 11:06:56 MST 2013


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On 1/23/13 1205, Derek Carter (aka goozbach) wrote:
> On 1/14/13 0245, 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?
> One of my favorite reference materials is this presentation[1].
> 
> Along with the presentation, anything I do in bash is usually 
> accompanied by the stringent[2] library.
> 
> -- Derek [1]: http://www.uniforum.chi.il.us/slides/bash1.pdf [2]: 
> https://github.com/pottmi/stringent.sh (and my fork[3]) [3]: 
> https://github.com/goozbach/stringent.sh -- currently not modified,
> I have some changes. I need to push those back I suppose.


Another resource, this is what I do as a basis of any serious (read
non-interactive) Bash scripting.

https://github.com/goozbach/bash-app

- --
Derek
aka goozbach
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