Linux Command Line And Shell Scripting Bible, 3Rd Ed par Christine Richard Blum. Inscrivez-vous maintenant pour accéder à des milliers de livres disponibles en téléchargement gratuit. L’inscription était gratuite.
Comprehensive guide full of useful insight into the what, why, how, and when of scripting. (MagPi, February 2016)
From the Back Cover
Master the Linux command line and shell scripts
The Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible, 3rd Edition is the ultimate roadmap to direct communication with your system. The third edition has been fully updated to align with the latest Linux features and best practices, and the abundant examples of working scripts demonstrate how and where they re applied in real–world situations.
With more than 25% new material including 30 pages of new functional script examples, Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible shows you how to:
- Automate tasks with simple script utilities
- Create shell scripts and understand good shell behavior
- Manage filesystems and software packages
- Work with nano, KDE, and GNOME editors
- Learn structured commands, text manipulation, and regular expressions
- Write practical scripts for e–mail, databases, and the web
- Optimize the environment, fine–tune scripts, and more!
Richard Blum, LPIC–1, is a 20–year IT industry veteran, as both systems and network administrator for UNIX, Linux, Novell, and Microsoft servers. Rich is widely published on Linux and open source software, and is an online Linux instructor for universities nationwide.
Christine Bresnahan, LPIC–1, started working with computers more than 25 years ago in the IT industry as a system administrator. Christine is an Adjunct Professor at Ivy Tech Community College. She teaches Linux Essentials, LPIC–1/CompTIA Linux+ certification, and Python programming classes. Christine produces educational material for use in the college classroom as well as book education resources.