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Please submit only sites relevant to using the BASH shell. Shell scripting materials should be submitted to Computers: Software: Operating Systems: Unix: Shell: Scripting. Generic shell pages may be submitted to Computers: Software: Operating Systems: Unix: Shell.
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.
Please submit only sites relevant to using the C shell. Shell scripting materials should be submitted to Computers: Software: Operating Systems: Unix: Shell: Scripting. Generic shell pages may be submitted to Computers: Software: Operating Systems: Unix: Shell.
The C Shell (csh) is an interactive, programmable command interpreter for the Unix and GNU-Linux operating systems written by Bill Joy, then of UC Berkley. Csh is designed for programmers using the C language, using a similar syntax for its own programming.
The Korn shell (ksh) is a Unix shell which was developed by David Korn (AT&T Bell Laboratories) in the early 1980s. It is backwards-compatible with the Bourne shell and includes many features of the C shell as well, such as a command history.
Please submit only material relevant to using or writing shell scripts. Pages with links to actual scripts should be submitted to Computers: Software: Operating Systems: Unix: Shell: Scripting: Script Libraries.
Shell scripts are programs used to automate tasks within a Unix shell environment.
Please submit only sites relevant to using the Z Shell. Shell scripting materials should be submitted to Computers: Software: Operating Systems: Unix: Shell: Scripting. Generic shell pages may be submitted to Computers: Software: Operating Systems: Unix: Shell.
The Z Shell (zsh) is an interactive, programmable command interpreter for the Unix and GNU-Linux operating systems. Zsh is growing in popularity as a command shell.
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