By Arnold Robbins
It's easy: you want to know the way to paintings with the bash shell which will get to the guts of Mac OS X, Linux, and different Unix platforms. up to date for the newest model of bash, this concise little e-book places the entire crucial information regarding bash at your fingertips. You'll quick locate solutions to stressful questions that often arise whilst you're writing shell scripts -- What characters do you want to cite? How do you get variable substitution to do just what you will want? How do you employ arrays? -- and masses extra.
If you're a consumer or programmer of any Unix variation, or if you're utilizing bash on home windows, you'll locate this pocket reference critical. This ebook covers:
* Invoking the Shell
* mathematics Expressions
* Command historical past
* Programmable final touch
* task keep watch over
* Shell suggestions
* Command Execution
* constrained Shells
* integrated instructions
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The top of the interface gives you some basic information about WHM and cPanel as well as a few links to additional information about WHM and cPanel, including the cPanel change log and main interface buttons. Below this area and to the right of the sidebar is the main interface screen. It is here that the various WHM features will appear. Right now you should see a bunch of icons. Clicking the icons allows you to navigate all WHM features that you find in the sidebar. At the top of the WHM interface are several links and some information about what version of WHM and cPanel you are running.