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QuoteOne last thought. To my mind the greatest part of bash learning is that it can be acquired on an as needed basis. You learn a little to do what you want to and then can move on to something else that you want to do. There is not any required order to speak of. It is like a book that always opens to the page you need.
#!/bin/bashxfce4-terminal -I "/usr/share/xfce4/weather/icons/liquid/30.png" --geometry 65x9 -T "Weather Report" -H -e "weather-util -c NYC -s NY -i KNYC"
Quote from: sqlpython on October 02, 2013, 04:12:21 PMDidn't see this one listedhttp://snipplr.com/all/language/bash
Quote from: statmonkey on October 05, 2013, 07:27:34 PMHey Digit could you move my post above to a new thread on functions? I will then add some stuff in there. I went through the same thing, at one point my .bashrc was about a mile long. There are some things though (certain functions and the completion stuff) that I keep in it as essential. I have a project that I have to finish today and will add some more bash links to this post a little later today (I hope)