This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://linuxconfig.org/bash-scripting-tutorial-for-beginners
Excellent tutorial.thanks a lot
- Billy Bobthornton • a month ago
For a guy who knows about about scripting you have done me the world of good.
Thanks so much. God Bless.
I agree with the previous comments, very well written and explained.
If you are looking to expand it, could I suggest working through file handling - copying, moving, naming, renaming, removing/extracting file extensions etc.
We have a very heavily scripted workflow here using Applescript and it’s virtually all to do with file handling. I’d love to have a go at rewriting some of it into shell scripts.
I can’t get over how well you presented bash scripting to new users. Simply a remarkable write-up! You started off at the foundations of the CLI and built up to more advanced concepts very comfortably. I’ve tried to do the same for some users IRL but I’m just going to share this instead:)
I join Gary. Excellent tutorial. Thanks a lot!
Thank you for an incredibly motivating feedback. I had a pleasure to teach Bash Scripting to beginner students at the local university for more than six years. Perhaps this gave me a little bit of insight on how to present the material and avoid hurdles at the same time.
Writing tutorials for beginners is much harder than writing advanced topic tutorials for advanced users. That much is clear. In any case, I still consider the work on this tutorial as “ongoing” thus as version 1.0.0. I will wait for any other additional feedback from readers, and if needed, I will update it accordingly.
Thank you very much for the stuff. this is the best tutorial for bash which i found in internet. I read it for 3 days carefully while working in office also bookmarked the site. (Isuru From SRI LANKA)
Absolutely amazing tutorial, thanks for your dedication and I like the exercise part it’s quite motivational.
I just got a job and my superior wanted me to learn Bash Scripting. i have never done this type of work before but this tutorial was extremely helpful and clear and my superior is impressed with what i learned. Thank you!