Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible, 2nd Edition
By Richard Blum, Christine Bresnahan
Publisher: Wiley
Final Release Date: March 2011
Pages: 840

Here's all you need to master Linux commands and shells

Revised, updated, and even more jam-packed with helpful information, this new edition has what you need to master Linux command lines and shell scripts, whether you're a novice or a Linux pro. Even home users will discover a wealth of commands and time-savers that many Linux desktop distributions keep hidden. Best of all, this guide includes a greatly expanded array of real-world, applicable scripts for advanced users. You'll soon be able to automate practically any task on your Linux system.

  • Work from the command line and learn basic shell commands

  • Write shell scripts to automate routine functions and reports

  • Control how and when your shell scripts run on the system

  • Learn advanced methods of manipulating data in your scripts

  • Modify your scripts for graphical desktops and other Linux shells

  • Extract data from Web sites and send data between systems

  • Create professional-quality shell scripts for use in real-world environments

Use command lines and bypass the GUI

Automate common tasks

Create professional, real-world scripts

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