Linux shell scripting is a useful tool for programmers and system administrators. It can speed up and automate many tasks, including finding and editing files, editing text, performing advanced searches, downloading data from the web, backing up and archiving data, and transferring files through a network. For Linux administrators, the Linux shell is also a great tool for monitoring system health and deploying updates and software. Learn the basics of Linux shell scripting in this course with Packt trainers Sarath Lakshman and Shantanu Tushar.
* Printing in the terminal * Performing math in Linux shell * Getting and setting dates * Working with functions and arguments * Reading output * Making comparisons * Concatenating text * Finding, editing, generating, and deleting files * Running parallel processes * Using regular expressions * Downloading webpages * Parsing data from a website * Finding broken links * Backing up and archiving * Transferring files and data through the network * Monitoring your Linux system * Gathering data for system administration
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