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Good intro to bash shell,
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Learning the bash Shell (In a Nutshell) (Taschenbuch)
This is a good place to start if you are looking into using the bash shell (unix). The book provides clear cut explanations of all of the commands present in the bash shell. The lack of examples is tolerable, though a little annoying when thoes ever-present half-understandings pop up and a quick example would clear it right up. Making up your own and testing it out works though.
Unfortunately the shell scripting/programming part has been rendered rather useless by the up and rising use of perl for shell scripting. The sections still cover it, but most people scripting for unix shells are using perl because of its simplicity and power.
Overall this is a great book to teach yourself the basics of the bash command line interface in unix, probably the best bash book out there.