Learning the Bash Shell
- Author: [[Cameron Newham]]
- Full Title: Learning the Bash Shell
- Category: #books
[!note] UNIX is one of the first operating systems to make the user interface independent of the operating system. (Location 231)
[!note] chsh bash-name, (Location 323) chsh- change shell?
[!note] Sometimes options take their own arguments. (Location 348) Can you give an example that in bash command, option arguments takes its own argument?
[!note] files are the most important types of “things” on any UNIX system. (Location 352)
[!note] (note the difference between that and ~notes, which the shell would try to interpret as user notes’s home directory). (Location 399) What’s the difference between ~/notes and ~notes?
[!note] However, it’s important to be aware that the commands that you run only see the results of wildcard expansion. (Location 524)
[!note] CTRL-D. (Location 609) What does ctrl -D mean?