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Old 05-18-2009, 07:07 PM   #1
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Question Need tips for learning 'bash'


I'm an old timer, mostly familiar with 'csh' from the pre Y2K days. Nowadays, Linux uses 'bash' as the default shell. Anybody have any good tips or resources for learning 'bash'? I want to study for the CompTIA Linux+ exam, and I heard that the bash command line is one of the exam objectives.
 
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