Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible
* Covering the most popular Linux shells (such as bash, ash, tcsh, ksh, korn, and zsh), this reference shows how to use commands to create scripts within each shell and demonstrates practical applications for shell scripts (including retrieving information from Web sites and sending automated reports via e-mail)
* For each shell, the author discusses the commands available and explains how to use these commands to create scripts that can automate common functions and reports
* Guides administrators through advanced projects for using shell scripts in real-world applications and features advanced topics such as using a database and Web programming
Richard Blumhas worked in the IT industry for over 18 years as both a systems and network administrator. He has administered UNIX, Linux, Novell, and Microsoft servers, as well as help design and maintain a 3,500-user network utilizing Cisco switches and routers. He has automated network monitoring with Linux shell scripts and written scripts in most of the common Linux shell environments. He is the author of several books, including Professional Linux Programming (Wrox) and Linux For Dummies, 8th Edition (Wiley).
Code: Date: May 2008
Filesize: ~13,6 Mb
Author: Richard Blum