[NetBehaviour] Let's Learn UNIX!

Andreas Maria Jacobs ajaco at xs4all.nl
Fri Apr 15 15:41:50 CEST 2011

I suggest to read the "Bash Cookbook" by O'Reilly

Commercial but valuable also as an iPhone app

Highly recommended as a handy practical resource for lots of shell  
scripting commands f.i. how to use shell variables, how to use find in  
a practical way to search with (limited) regular expressions,  
explanation of grep and sed and much more

Both for the seasoned and beginner programmer a must read/have

PS i am not an O'Reilly evangelist but it is just a good source as  
more of their technical editions are

Andreas Maria Jacobs

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On Apr 15, 2011, at 14:23, Pall Thayer <pallthay at gmail.com> wrote:

> I agree. I would recommend that any mac/linux/other-unix-variant  
> users learn to use the command line. You won't regret it. It'll save  
> you time and help you take full control of your computer. I've never  
> used emacs. I prefer vim. I do all of my coding in vim. I've tried a  
> variety of other more graphical editors but haven't found anything  
> that I find better than vim.
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