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    A book on shell scripting


    I found a reference to this in the forum bulletin. People post from time to time asking if there is a guide to the shell so here are the specs:

    A practical guide to Linux commands, editors and shell programming (3rd edition)
    Mark G Sobell
    Prentice Hall
    ISBN 978-0-13-308504-4

    It has quite a good review on Slashdot.
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    Good reference Haz. Here is a link to an online book that can also be useful for newbies: Linux Shell Scripting Tutorial - A Beginner's handbook
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    I have a book on bash shell scripting, and I really thought it was worth the read.

    Linux Shell Scripting with Bash
    Ken O. Burtch
    Developer's Library
    Sams Publishing
    ISBN: 0-672-32642-6

    Amazon Link: Linux Shell Scripting with Bash: Ken O. Burtch: 9780672326424: Amazon.com: Books

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