Lars Hecking wrote:
>> Looking for a good book or online tutorial that gets into the
> guts of shell programming, and covers advanced or wacky stuff
> like fd manipulation. Preferably Bourne, but I'll consider Korn, too.
> Any pointers?
Not joking, "man bash" is a cracking read.
"CSH programming considered harmful" has oodles of good advanced
tips on sh programming, too. Especially in the fd redirection
vein. Mostly because csh doesn't and that's the easiest place to
find something bash does that csh doesn't.
Those should get you started :)
E-Mail: bolsh at gimp.org
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