Man, you are doing great job. I am so thankfull to you. Could please tell me where can I find more videos for you on basic lessons. I also wanna ask you if you have a tutorial on Linux Programming Interface.
Shelly recchio send check OR PDX to divorce project well hide very seriously selfish making .dead end ally end the project don't worry fucking people over doesn't seem to effect you ,the project really effected me a whole lot about the same as two dead brothers .$o don't think that Darlene angal creation won't happen .my dads still around so .when your project dead ends . hopefully maks you feel like spending all the money you steal worth having the ally the best way to pass time .. you be able to know how it feels to sell matches in the snow but maybe ? your clan members won't think this shit is funny .because I'm not sure what the heck ally Jen know about . Angel creation date
this video is great, I just don't uderstand one thing… I want to create a shell script that terminates all processes of a name given to the shell script as an argument, I have done something like this: #!/bin/bash ./app1 & PID=$! # … kill $PID
Great tutorials. Most tutorials go from "Hello World" to advanced, with no intermediate instruction. Needless to say that can be very frustrating for a noob. Your vids fill the void and now I think I may actually get the hang of this scripting thing. Thanks.
Thanks!! Great Instruction, I do not have nano. Pico looked identical , except for the text colors almost identical in behavior. it is nice to know that there is yet, another option besides Vim,and Emacs. I usually use vim, still getting down the mechanics. Emacs is a ways off yet.
And to use bash made it even more achievable. This level of instruction had been "JUST" what I was looking for . Looking forward to them all. Thanks Again.
I really like these vids. I hope you do more. Especially since it's not juut lines in the prompt. I want to learn to use BASH (or any linux shell) to automate things. To help me learn everything I can do with it rather than simply use directories, etc. I have a whole bunch of programming stuff I want to learn and shell useage and automation is very essential IMO. I want to run scripts from programming languages I learn. (By the way, if I nano #!/bin/python will that run a python script or do I need to setup/import a python interpreter?)
Thanks Kris! Your posts are just the right thing to step into bash-scripting. The new videos are so much better than the old ones… One question: if one does not know about all parameters of a bash function ( e.g. you often use -n or -e for the "echo" function). Is there an easy way to list all parameters of a function in the bash?