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Distribution: NetBSD x86; Slackware Linsux i686 (A billion kilometers away)
.bat file equivalent in linux?
i don't mean to sound "Microsofty" but how do i make something like a command executer file which will run a series of written commands like the dos .bat files? and what kind of file is it? .xxx?
and how is it executed?
Here's a link to a guide that gives the shell script equivilent to a dos command. It's apart of the larger Advanced Bash-Scripting guide. This should give you a pretty good head start since your familiar with batch files.