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An introduction to the "shebang" line, exit codes, and different ways of running bash scripts. You need to know this before starting to write bash scripts!
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An introduction to the “shebang” line, exit codes, and different ways of running bash scripts. You need to know this before starting to write bash scripts!
Dave, awesome video here, really accessible. Any chance on a follow up/continuation of this series in the near future?
Your vids are pure gold especially these series, please continue.
Hi,Sorry ignore my question. Just watching a few seconds more gave me the answer. It is at the kernel level as you said. I never knew that before!Thanks
Very nice videos.Something that I never understood. Why "#!/bin/bash" is so important in the first line of a script if the "#" starts a "comment line" that is "ignored"?What is the process behind the scripting language that requires that specific line? I would understand if there wasn't any "#" first.Thanks
hi, Dave,what is the certification we need to be able to get the knowledge and apply for a linux admin job?i mean what certification do employers want candidates to have for a linux admin job?thank you
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