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    What environment variable does the bash shell use to check locations of programs/commands to run? EXES LOCS PROGS or PATH

    The script that is executed each time you login and can be re-executed to customize your environment is? .login autoexec. .bashrc or .welcome

    if you want bash to be the interpreter of your script, the first line of the shell script must read !/bin/bash or #/bin/bash/ or #!/bin/bash or #$/bin/bash

    ssh can be used to transfer binary files? true or false

    Which of these commands will create a user defined BASH variable "dog" with the value of "spot" dog -eq spot or dog | spot or dog > spot or dog=spot

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