Introduction to Bash Shell Scripting
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This course will help those new to shells and shell scripting to build a foundation with the Bash shell. We'll learn several Bash shell commands that will allow you to navigate and use the shell for everyday tasks. We will also write a Bash shell script that will back up a directory and email the compressed file, a culmination of all the commands we’ll cover. We will cover: Not only will you gain the knowledge to customize your system, you will have a solid foundation to expand what you can do with Bash on the command line and in scripts. This beginner-level guided project is perfect for those who have an interest in learning to use a Linux or Unix operating system, whether to gain new skills in IT or software development, or to use an alternative to commercial, proprietary software. Those with no experience in IT, software development, cybersecurity, and more can start here and build on necessary skills for future training and employment. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions.
Bash (Unix Shell)
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por CH6 de dic. de 2020
Don't expect too much into the scripting, but this course serves as a very good start point.
por SS19 de jun. de 2020
The course was extraordinary.But the speed of the instructor was higher.Though it was a beginner course,it is meant to be intermediate.
por AS26 de jun. de 2020
Excellent Course for both Beginners & People with Basic Knowledge of Linux, alike!! :)
por SP13 de jul. de 2020
The course provides a very good overview of the basics if the bash shell and goes from simple commands such as handling directories to automating backup tasks using Crontab. Really good experience!