In this quick and simple post I will show you how to find out which shell you are running, list all installed shells, and change shells in Linux. You can either do this temporarily by creating a subshell which will only last until you exit that session or you can permanently set a different shell
Case statements are useful for a variety of things including adding a help dialog/message to your script. Below are a few different examples of using a case statement. Defining Arguments For our first example we will use a case statement to create a help dialog. This is useful if add other options to your script
In this post I will show you how to use if statements in bash, you can do this directly in the prompt or in actual bash scripts. If statements basically run a command or part of your script if the condition is met. You can check for conditions such as if a file or variable
In today’s post I will be showing you some of the commands on Linux. While I know that this has been posted about many times in the past, a-lot of the guides that I found were missing commands or only covered the vary basic ones. Navigating The Terminal The commands below can be used to
Today I will be showing you how to customize your shell, I will use zsh and bash for these examples since those are the 2 shells I usually use. So lets jump right in shall we? What Shell Am I Running? You can find out what shell you are running by using the following command.
In this post I will be showing you how to use a variety of bash loops to make your life easier. I will try to explain how they work as basic as I can, if you need help feel free to comment below and I will try to help you out. One of the great