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

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86 Responses

  1. irfan says:

    is there any tools or cmd to see binary file

  2. Narayan says:

    How that techmint comes in picture in second script

    • Ravi Saive says:


      If you see the second script closely you will see we used $USER variable, that means the current logged in user will display in the output of the script..

  3. Ibrahim says:

    Excellent. As a beginner, you ignited the taste and urge to learn more of Shell Scripting. Thanks for your great work.

  4. Prakash says:

    Very informative to learners!!!

  5. sree says:

    Very Nice…

  6. Vishnu says:

    Good Experience..

  7. TDG says:

    could you please help me with I want to know if there is any script or setting to lock computer after some idle time in the openLdap domain.

    Thank you

  8. Vinay kumar sharma says:

    This is very good for Starting Shell scrypting tutorial.
    Really i am very happy to use first time shell scrypting throught this site.

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