Autor: Sinny Kumari
Broj strana: 282
ISBN broj: 9781785284441
Izdavač: PACKT PUBLISHING
Godina izdanja: 2015.
This book is aimed at administrators and those who have a basic knowledge of shell scripting and who want to learn how to get the most out of writing shell scripts.
Shell scripting is a quick method to prototype complex applications or problems. Shell scripts are a collection of commands to automate tasks, usually those for which the user has a repeated need, when working on Linux-based systems. Using simple commands or a combination of them in a shell can solve complex problems easily.
This book starts with the basics, including essential commands that can be executed on Linux systems to perform tasks within a few nanoseconds. You’ll learn to use outputs from commands and transform them to show the data you require. Discover how to write shell scripts easily, execute script files, debug, and handle errors.
Next, you’ll explore environment variables in shell programming and learn how to customize them and add a new environment. Finally, the book walks you through processes and how these interact with your shell scripts, along with how to use scripts to automate tasks and how to embed other languages and execute them.
Sinny Kumari has been a GNU/Linux user since the beginning of her college days. Her passion is to contribute to free software that benefits millions of people. She is a KDE contributor, KDE e.V. member, Fedora packager, and a Google Summer of Code mentor.
To keep up her passion in open source, she has been working as a software engineer at Red Hat after completing her bachelor's degree in computer science in 2012. As part of her work, she contributes to the Libabigail project that helps with ABI analysis on ELF binaries. She also loves going to technical conferences and sharing her experiences by giving talks. Her blogs about almost all of these activities can be found at http://sinny.io/.
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