Learn about looping, string splitting, and globbing in the Bash and Zsh shells.
I'm a software developer with a scientific background. Routinely, I write in C, C++ and Java. However, I'm still invariably convinced that Linux is the only operating system, and you can do everything in Bash.
Here's what I've written (so far):
Baeldung on Linux
- Administration (5)
- Scripting (2)
Learn how to do basic data processing, calculate sample statistics, and visualize data with Bash.
Learn how to fill the memory of a Linux system.
Learn how to avoid accidental removal of cron jobs through backups, warnings, and logs on Linux.
Learn various ways to modify a systemd config without editing its corresponding upstream unit file.
Learn how to change the behavior of the power button on a Linux system and control what it does.
Learn how to use various Linux tools to schedule jobs for execution at random times.