This tutorial introduces Shell Scripting for Linux/Unix beginners.
What is a Shell?
An Operating is made of many components, but its two prime components are Kernel, Shell.
What is Shell Scripting?
Shell scripting is writing a series of command for the shell to execute.
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Guru99

April 27, 2020

Check out COMPLETE LinuxTutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLckPQEKYlbxebubMWdjcGR7K_ukm35ZjN

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Muhammad Yousuf khan

April 27, 2020

Write shell script program
Where end user ask for install multiple software

Please enter software: httpd, nginx, Apache2
If already installed then: message for updates

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Syaoran Code

April 27, 2020

Lol you used vi and didn't say how to save file. I see many people stuck with it.

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Ravinder Singh

April 27, 2020

How you save the script please tell

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NADELLA VAMSIKRISHNA

April 27, 2020

Easy understand

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ziad g

April 27, 2020

shouldn't the Korn shell be ksh instead of sh?

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Vivek Lele

April 27, 2020

I like video Thnk you!

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Priyanka Mulay

April 27, 2020

How you save the script on terminal and go back to command line ?

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Irfan Baber

April 27, 2020

Great tutorial, simple and easy to understand. Thankyou

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max jones

April 27, 2020

Thank you very much Guru99. I had a computer degree from years ago and I'm now trying to relearn some of the old stuff/good stuff. You are a good teacher keep up the good work.😄

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Samanvitha Chidella

April 27, 2020

Nyc sir

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mahesh R

April 27, 2020

wow, such a wonderful way of explaining…Thanks guru99…😘

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Claude Zapues

April 27, 2020

Thank you, very very much guru99! You're such a wonderful help for me.

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dusabimana eric

April 27, 2020

please guru99 make more video about shell scripting

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Mohammed Ashraf

April 27, 2020

Please make some more videos..TQ for the tutorial..

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Raj

April 27, 2020

Guru 99, your way of teaching is amazing
Your website is amazing, I'm following you from long time Since you had application on playstore
Why you removed the application from the playstore?

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Shoukat Ali

April 27, 2020

what short cut key you use to save your script file????????

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شرطة مكافحة الحكاكين

April 27, 2020

thank you bro to translate video to arabic😍😍

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Rathod Jaisingh

April 27, 2020

loved it ….!! need some more vedios

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Alex

April 27, 2020

i thought pwd stood for print working directory not present working directory

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Get ptv

April 27, 2020

thnxs very much

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Bimal Grg

April 27, 2020

My favorite shell is zsh. Yours ???

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yasin sharifi

April 27, 2020

Thanks alot great and useful

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Munju Kong

April 27, 2020

thanks a lot! I needed this!

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Ankit Kumar

April 27, 2020

very nice. thanx

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VeryStableGenius

April 27, 2020

.sh is totaly irrelevant

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VeryStableGenius

April 27, 2020

lol a Kernel at the Nucleus of a computer ? are you idiots ? who told you you could teach computer ? your grand mother ?

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arsh09mathaon

April 27, 2020

Very clearly zoomed commands line . Very nice quality and easy quick way to learn the basics to start with 👍👍👍

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uniikkiz

April 27, 2020

how do you save it? 

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Bairam Kumar

April 27, 2020

Good I liked it very much, thank you very much for this video, please upload some more shell script videos.. thanks

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Chandima Ekanayake

April 27, 2020

short and sweet

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blacklovin

April 27, 2020

Good video! Keep up the good work, and keep the vids coming! I'm currently learning Perl Scripting, so many of your points are very useful.

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