Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible, 4th Edition

  • 11h 49m
  • Christine Bresnahan, Richard Blum
  • John Wiley & Sons (US)
  • 2020

Advance your understanding of the Linux command line with this invaluable resource

Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible, 4th Edition is the newest installment in the indispensable series known to Linux developers all over the world. Packed with concrete strategies and practical tips, the latest edition includes brand-new content covering:

  • Understanding the Shell
  • Writing Simple Script Utilities
  • Producing Database, Web & Email Scripts
  • Creating Fun Little Shell Scripts

Written by accomplished Linux professionals Christine Bresnahan and Richard Blum, Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible, 4th Edition teaches readers the fundamentals and advanced topics necessary for a comprehensive understanding of shell scripting in Linux. The book is filled with real-world examples and usable scripts, helping readers navigate the challenging Linux environment with ease and convenience.

The book is perfect for anyone who uses Linux at home or in the office and will quickly find a place on every Linux enthusiast’s bookshelf.

In this Book

  • Introduction
  • Starting with Linux Shells
  • Getting to the Shell
  • Basic Bash Shell Commands
  • More Bash Shell Commands
  • Understanding the Shell
  • Using Linux Environment Variables
  • Understanding Linux File Permissions
  • Managing Filesystems
  • Installing Software
  • Working with Editors
  • Basic Script Building
  • Using Structured Commands
  • More Structured Commands
  • Handling User Input
  • Presenting Data
  • Script Control
  • Creating Functions
  • Writing Scripts for Graphical Desktops
  • Introducing sed and gawk
  • Regular Expressions
  • Advanced sed
  • Advanced gawk
  • Working with Alternative Shells
  • Writing Simple Script Utilities
  • Getting Organized