The Bourne Again SHell (bash) is an interactive, programmable command interpreter for the Unix and GNU-Linux operating systems. Bash was created and is maintained through the GNU Project. Bash is most common on GNU-Linux systems, though it may be found on any Unix-like OS.
Official site for the GNU Bourne Again SHell. Includes manual and links to download bash binaries and source.
A BASH Frequently Asked Questions Page
Bash Prompt HOWTO
How-to reference guide to customizing the BASH command-line prompt.
Bash Reference Manual
GNU BASH shell reference manual. Readable online or optionally download in a variety of formats.
Bash Scripting Tutorial
A basic introduction to scripting with Bash.
Getting Started with Bash :: A Bash Tutorial
A bash shell tutorial that covers the most useful aspects and features of bash for the average user, rather than the scripter/programmer.
GNU Bash Reference Manual
The "GNU Bash Reference Manual" by Chet Ramey and Brian Fox, available as a printed book (ISBN: 0-9541617-7-7).
The GNU Bourne-Again Shell
The GNU Project BASH Maintainer's home site.
Learning the shell
Collection of Linux command-line tutorials, focused on the BASH shell.
Setting environment variables: BASH shell
HOWTO change environment variables under the BASH shell.
Setting the prompt variable: BASH shell
HOWTO change the prompt variable under the BASH shell.
History and overview of the BAsh shell.
Working more productively with Bash 2.x
BASH tips and tricks - including programmable command-line completion.
Last update:May 8, 2016 at 10:38:50 UTC