Pluralsight - Red Hat Enterprise Linux Shell Scripting Fundamentals
.MP4, x264, 250 kbps, 848x640 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 2 hrs 35 min | 274 MB
Instructor: Nigel Poulton | Level: Beginner
In this course, we start out with the very basics of what a script is and how to create a simple one, then finish the course by discussing how to use variables, positional parameters, conditionals, loops, and functions. All concepts are explained and demonstrated so even viewers with no knowledge of scripting can learn.
In this course, the viewer is taken on a journey from knowing little to nothing about shell scripts, all the way up to being able to implement usable scripts on a Linux system. At the very beginning of the course, fundamental concepts such as 'What is a script?' are answered, before moving on to create a very small and very simple script. Throughout the rest of the course, concepts such as variables, positional parameters, conditional statements, looping constructs, functions, and scheduling are explained and demonstrated. By the end of the course, the viewer will be familiar with all of the major concepts of shell scripts and be able to read, write, and troubleshoot simple shell scripts.