Linux shell scripting cookbook 2nd edition pdf

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ISBN also experienced in Bash shell scripting and is currently teaching himself . Scripting Cookbook shows you how to do exactly that!. Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook. Second Edition. Shantanu Tushar. Sarath Lakshman. Chapter No. 8. "Put on the Monitor's Cap". Linux® Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible, Third Edition. Published by. John Wiley &am Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook -

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Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook 2nd Edition Pdf

My favorite collection(pdf、dmg、mp3). Contribute to dye/collection development by creating an account on GitHub. Don't neglect the shell – this book will empower you to use simple commands to perform complex tasks. Whether you're a casual or advanced. Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook 2nd Edition PDF Download.

Artificial Intelligence. Data Analysis. Deep Learning. Graphics Programming. Internet of Things. Kali Linux. Machine Learning. Mobile Application Development. Penetration Testing. Raspberry Pi. Virtual and Augmented Reality.

And the book has passed my ultimate test of usability - I've been carrying it around in my backpack for over a month. The corners are curled up and there's a big coffee stain on the cover. I like it. No longer at that address; sorry. Here's a brief quote or two: "One of the strengths of the book is that these examples are placed in realistic computing contexts Sound best practices advice is integrated into virtually every discussion.

It discusses a series of very well-crafted scripts solving problems of great interest to many people Authors Carl and JP are happy to share what they know about bash. Prior to this he was writing software for some of the biggest and fastest computers in the world as a software engineer for Cray Inc. A software consultant, manager, analyst and programmer with an amazing breadth of software experience, Carl has worked with companies in the US, Canada and Europe.

He has worked for large companies and small startups, in technical as well as in managerial and marketing roles.

Mastering Linux Shell Scripting, 2nd Edition

File In, File Out Chapter 4: Texting and Driving Chapter 5: Tangled Web? Not At All!

Chapter 6: The Backup Plan Chapter 7: The Old-boy Network Chapter 8: Shell Something Out Introduction Printing in the terminal Playing with variables and environment variables Function to prepend to environment variables Math with the shell Playing with file descriptors and redirection Arrays and associative arrays Visiting aliases Grabbing information about the terminal Getting and setting dates and delays Debugging the script Functions and arguments Reading the output of a sequence of commands Reading n characters without pressing the return key Running a command until it succeeds Field separators and iterators Comparisons and tests Up Chapter 2: Have a Good Command Introduction Concatenating with cat Recording and playing back of terminal sessions Finding files and file listing Playing with xargs Translating with tr Checksum and verification Cryptographic tools and hashes Sorting unique and duplicates Temporary file naming and random numbers Splitting files and data Slicing filenames based on extension Renaming and moving files in bulk Spell checking and dictionary manipulation Automating interactive input Making commands quicker by running parallel processes Up Chapter 3: File In, File Out Introduction Generating files of any size The intersection and set difference A-B on text files Finding and deleting duplicate files Working with file permissions, ownership, and the sticky bit Making files immutable Generating blank files in bulk Finding symbolic links and their targets Enumerating file type statistics Using loopback files Creating ISO files and hybrid ISO Finding the difference between files, patching Using head and tail for printing the last or first 10 lines Listing only directories — alternative methods Fast command-line navigation using pushd and popd Counting the number of lines, words, and characters in a file Printing the directory tree Up Chapter 4: Texting and Driving Introduction Using regular expressions Searching and mining a text inside a file with grep Cutting a file column-wise with cut Using sed to perform text replacement Using awk for advanced text processing Finding the frequency of words used in a given file Compressing or decompressing JavaScript Merging multiple files as columns Printing the nth word or column in a file or line Printing text between line numbers or patterns Printing lines in the reverse order Parsing e-mail addresses and URLs from a text Removing a sentence in a file containing a word Replacing a pattern with text in all the files in a directory Text slicing and parameter operations Up Chapter 5: The Backup Plan Introduction Archiving with tar Archiving with cpio Compressing data with gzip Archiving and compressing with zip Faster archiving with pbzip2 Creating filesystems with compression Backup snapshots with rsync Version control based backup with Git Creating entire disk images with fsarchiver Up Chapter 7: Log in to your account.

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What do I get with a Video? Frequently bought together. Learn more Add to cart. Paperback pages. Book Description The shell remains one of the most powerful tools on a computer system — yet a large number of users are unaware of how much one can accomplish with it.

Table of Contents Chapter 1: Shell Something Out. Reading the output of a sequence of commands in a variable. Chapter 2: Have a Good Command. Chapter 3: File In, File Out.

The intersection and set difference A-B on text files. Working with file permissions, ownership, and the sticky bit.

Using head and tail for printing the last or first 10 lines. Counting the number of lines, words, and characters in a file.

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