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Shell Scripting Tutorial for Linux/Unix Beginners

Small book cover: Shell Scripting Tutorial for Linux/Unix Beginners

Shell Scripting Tutorial for Linux/Unix Beginners

Publisher: Guru99
Number of pages: 67

Description:
The course covers Linux Basics like Introduction, Linux Distributions and Installation, Commands, and File Permissions. It also introduces Redirection, Regular Expressions, Commands, and Communication in Linux. We also touch on advanced topics like Environment Variables, Managing Processes, VI Editor, Shell Scripting, Virtual Terminal, and Linux Administration.

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