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Tutorial: Working with UNIX and Linux Shell

You will learn more about your UNIX (and Linux) shell and useful shell commands.

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When you access a Unix system, the first thing you see is the prompt, called the shell prompt, which is where you interact with Unix

You interact with Unix through a shell, and you have several to chose from. In this chapter, Deborah and Eric Ray show you how to change your shell and get you started using a few of the more common shells.

Index

* Discovering which shell you’re using
* Understanding shells and options
* Changing your shell
* Changing your shell temporarily
* Using completion in the bash shell
* Viewing session history in the bash shell
* Using completion in the zsh shell
* Viewing session history in the zsh shell
* Using completion in the ksh shell
* Viewing session history in the ksh shell
* Viewing session history in the csh shell
* Changing your identity
* Fixing terminal settings
* Exiting the shell

=> Working with Your UNIX Shell

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