seeking shell scripting resources
wegster at mindcore.net
Sun Feb 22 10:53:32 PST 2004
Marty Landman wrote:
> I'm new to running my own unix systems and would like to start
> learning the ropes on shell scripting. I've looked at the handbook and
> a few other sources... maybe haven't looked closely enough.
> Any recommendations on more involved manuals/explanations/examples of
> how shell scripts should be developed and used?
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Hi Marty. There are a few tutorials out there, but I haven't seen any
really good or 'complete' ones online. (There may be some, but from
memory I don't remember finding any).
If you're going to use Bash, give the O'Reilly 'Learning the Bash Shell'
book a shot. Another one that does cover other shells is called either
'Unix Shells' or 'Unix Scripting' (don't recall which and it's at
work..), which was published 2003 IIRC.
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