Understand Linux Shell and Basic Shell Scripting Language Tips – Part I

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Avishek Kumar

I am a major in computer science, love to research nix. I love to write codes and scripts, review distros, experiment Foss Technologies, write technical articles, Hack, of course Ethically. I am working as System Administrator (nix) for a NGO.

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56 Responses

  1. Saravanan T K says:

    Ji …
    Super ji super …

    Thank u …

  2. Aakash says:

    Excellent tutorial for beginners like me, Avishek. I’m a new Linux user, and I’d like to get started with the terminal commands as soon as I can. This is a good start, I guess. Very well explained. Thanks mate :)

  3. Slek says:

    Hello thanks for sharing this amazing article. Please, I am having some problem with the third script. when I run the the script, only the first echo statement “what’s your first name” came out. the rest did not show and the shell prompt hang that I had to “cltr c” to bring it back.
    I copied and past the above code and give the script executable bit and still having the same issue. please help.
    Thanks again

  4. Girish says:

    Good work, it helps a lot to the beginners. Thanks a Ton for your efforts. Hope you tecmint will bring more articles of this kind.

  5. Nitesh Chandra says:

    great work .. nice introductory tutorial for beginners like me. :)

  6. jaideep says:

    great work,

  7. vijay says:

    in third script ,

    line 3 and 5, i.e: read a; read b;
    how script know that a is avishek and b is kumar. ?

  8. Raviteja Pinnaka says:

    Thank you AvishekKumar ur explanation is very easy and understandable

  9. jshnrz says:

    nice article man. thank you for this. helped me more on developing my interest in scripting using linux.

  10. Yuvaraj says:

    Awesome basic tutorial for beginners

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