What is Bash ?
Bash has been around since the 1980s, and it has become an industry standard. To this day, it is one of the most well-known ways for systems administrators, computer programmers, and other tech-savvy users to execute complex commands on computers.
Because the Bash shell is completely text-based, it’s particularly helpful for administering a computer remotely.
Running a Bash shell on a server halfway through the world feels precisely the same as operating the Bash shell on your local computer. IT professionals use remote shells such as Bash widely to configure, diagnose, fix, and upgrade servers without having to physically travel to their place. As a result, Bash is a standard feature on almost all servers which run an operating system not made by Microsoft.
- Chapter 1 :- Introducation Bash
- Chapter 2 :- Script shebang
- Chapter 3 :- Navigating directories
- Chapter 4 :- Listing Files
- Chapter 5 :- Using cat
- Chapter 6 :- Grep
- Chapter 7 :- Aliasing
- Chapter 8 :- Jobs and Processe
- Chapter 9 :- Redirection
- Chapter 10 :- Control Structures
- Chapter 11 :- true, false and : commands
- Chapter 12 :- Arrays
- Chapter 13 :- Associative arrays
- Chapter 14 :- Functions
- Chapter 15 :- Bash Parameter Expansion
- Chapter 16 :->Copying (cp)
- Chapter 17 :- Find
- Chapter 18 :- Using sort
- Chapter 19 :- Sourcing
- Chapter 20 :- Many other chapters cover in this Book