Bash Scripting

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7    |    Intermediate
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Get the most out the command-line interface in Linux. Here we look at how to create, execute, and control Bash scripts, and use the shell environment and shell variables.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • identify a BASH script file and the header specifying the interpreter used for the script
    create a simple BASH script that can chain multiple commands together to perform an action
  • execute, pause, and run a script in the background and then bring it to the foreground
    view the shell environment variables and be able to set a shell variable within a script

IN THIS COURSE

  • Playable
    1. 
    Recognizing BASH Scripts
    3m 46s
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  • Playable
    2. 
    Creating a simple BASH Script
    5m
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    3. 
    Executing and Controlling Scripts
    5m 45s
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    4. 
    Using Shell Variables and the Shell Environment
    4m 24s

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