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The Thesaurus Shell Script - New And Improved!

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An updated version of the updated version of the Thesaurus script we put up a while ago. Many thanks :)

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Perl and Bash Versions Of Binary To Decimal Conversion Script

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Perl and Bash ports of our newbie program to convert binary numbers to decimal. Code written for ease-of-reading, where possible. If you don't script already; start! :)

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5 Tips to Make Working with the Shell Easier

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Here are 5 frequent tips to make working with the shell easier.

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Distributing New SSH Keys Using Rsh On Linux And Unix

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Quick and easy shell script to help setup openssl, openssh and zlib, while creating new ssh host keys, network-wide using rsh.

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Porting Simple Arithmetic In Bash, Perl and Awk

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Translating equivalent arithmetic operations between bash, Perl and awk. Part of an ongoing series on porting code.

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Korn -- an extended shell

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Everyone knows what a Linux shell is -- you open up a Linux terminal window (such as Konsole or xterm), type in some commands, and there you are, using your Linux shell. Write your commands to a file, make it executable, run it, and you're a shell programmer. But did you know that there are different shells that you can use, and that each shell operates in a slightly different way?

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Protect your server with Deny Hosts

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Requiring system accessibility via the Internet poses several problems for system administrators. One problem is allowing access by authorized users with the least amount of complexity on the client computer while keeping the system and its services safe from intruders.

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The "alias" command: Speed Dial for your Shell

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You almost certainly have speed dial set up on your home, office and mobile phone. It saves time, ensures against a failing memory and allows you to work smarter.

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Shell, terminal, console — the basics

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In this article we’d like to present the basic concepts needed to navigate the console world. We are going to find out what a shell is all about, what is a terminal, and what the famous console is actually for.

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10 Linux Shell Tricks You Don't Already Know. Really, we swear.

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"Yeah, I’ve read them too. Lists of shell tricks you already know - pstree (wow!) bc (bash already has built-in math), and a dozen commands you see in every Linux site, book, and training course."

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Created by missgeek 7 years 5 weeks ago – Made popular 7 years 4 weeks ago
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