Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible (3rd Edition)

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Welcome to the third edition of Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible. Like all books in the Bible series, you can expect to fi nd both hands-on tutorials and real-world information, as well as reference and background information that provide a context for what you are learning. This book is a fairly comprehensive resource on the Linux command line and shell commands. By the time you have completed Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible, you will be well prepared to write your own shell scripts that can automate practically any task on your Linux system.

Part I: The Linux Command Line
Chapter 1: Starting with Linux Shells
Chapter 2: Getting to the Shell
Chapter 3: Basic bash Shell Commands
Chapter 4: More bash Shell Commands
Chapter 5: Understanding the Shell
Chapter 6: Using Linux Environment Variables
Chapter 7: Understanding Linux File Permissions
Chapter 8: Managing Filesystems
Chapter 9: Installing Software
Chapter 10: Working with Editors
Part II: Shell Scripting Basics
Chapter 11: Basic Script Building
Chapter 12: Using Structured Commands
Chapter 13: More Structured Commands
Chapter 14: Handling User Input
Chapter 15: Presenting Data
Chapter 16: Script Control
Part III: Advanced Shell Scripting
Chapter 17: Creating Functions
Chapter 18: Writing Scripts for Graphical Desktops
Chapter 19: Introducing sed and gawk
Chapter 20: Regular Expressions
Chapter 21: Advanced sed
Chapter 22: Advanced gawk
Chapter 23: Working with Alternative Shells
Part IV: Creating Practical Scripts
Chapter 24: Writing Simple Script Utilities
Chapter 25: Producing Scripts for Database, Web, and E-Mail
Chapter 26: Creating Fun Little Shell Scripts
Appendix A: Quick Guide to bash Commands
Appendix B: Quick Guide to sed and gawk

Author Details
"Richard Blum" has worked in the IT industry for more than 20 years as both a systems and network administrator and has published numerous Linux and open-source books. He has administered UNIX, Linux, Novell, and Microsoft servers, as well as helped design and maintain a 3,500-user network utilizing Cisco switches and routers.

"Christine Bresnahan" starting working with computers more than 25 years ago in the IT industry as a system administrator. Christine is currently an Adjunct Professor at Ivy Tech Community College in Indianapolis, Indiana. She teaches classes on Linux system administration, Linux security, and Windows security.

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