One of the more commonly overlooked items when creating shell scripts is their ability to do more than just output to the command line. The misconception that a well written script cannot create or display more advanced GUI controls (progress bars, warning boxes, status updates, etc) will be addressed in some detail. We are going to look at several ways that you can use your shell scripts in a more user friendly manner.
Posted on 1 year ago by KennyArmstrong
Some of the topics covered by the LPIC-1 Exam 102 include an understanding of network ports, basic Bash scripting, and working with remote systems utilizing tools such as netcat. With the release of LPI’s LPIC-1 Exam 500…