Tutorials

Bash Cheatsheet

This file contains short tables of commonly used items in this shell. In most cases the information applies to both the Bourne shell (sh) and the newer bash shell. A quick reference version of this can be downloaded by clicking this link Good practices: #!/bin/bash #Explicitly tell shell this is a bash script set -e #Exit as soon as any line in the bash script… Read More »Bash Cheatsheet

Tcsh Shell Install and Configuration on Linux / Windows / Mac

This tutorial will guide you to perform a successful tcsh install and configuration of the tcsh as the default shell for your OS. Check if tcsh is preloaded Tcsh (alias Tenex C SHell) was also generally referenced to as the new Csh (alias C SHell) . The C and C++ programming languages were quite popular during the initial Linux days, and large portions of Linux itself is written in… Read More »Tcsh Shell Install and Configuration on Linux / Windows / Mac

Bash for Windows 10 – Step by Step Installation

Bash can be configured and installed only on a 64-bit Windows Setup. Bash Installation for Windows Head to Start > Control Panel > Programs > Turn Windows Features On Or Off. Enable the “Windows Subsystem for Linux” option in the “Windows Features On/Off” window as shown Click the “OK” button. Restart the machine when prompted with a “Restart now” alert box. After your computer restarts… Read More »Bash for Windows 10 – Step by Step Installation
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Z shell install on any Linux / Windows / Mac

Check if zsh is preloaded Zsh was designed to be interactive and it incorporates many features of other Linux GNU/ Unix shells such as bash, tcsh, and ksh. It is also a powerful scripting language just like the other shells available. Some Linux systems come preloaded with zsh so it isn’t required to install z shell but rather just invoke/activate it.  Open your default terminal interface.… Read More »Z shell install on any Linux / Windows / Mac