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Book Review: Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook

April 15th, 2011 04:05 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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vellorean writes “I have been reading Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook by Sarath Lakshman, published by Packt, for a while. While most people I know learn shell scripts themselves, I was looking to refresh my concepts a little as well as have a reference lying around on the table for fast access.” Read below for the rest of vellorean’s review.

Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook
author Sarath Lakshman
pages 360
publisher Packt Publishing
rating 9
reviewer Kumar Appaiah
ISBN 1849513767
summary A book for beginners and intermediates, which introduces shell scripting and proceeds to provide several practical real-world recipes of useful shell scripts

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