Strengthen your Bash knowledge with 17 scripting challenges of varied difficulties
Using the command line might seem outdated by today standards in user
interface & user experience. So, why someone might want to learn that ?
Because it’s cool and featured in many Hollywood movies ? Maybe. But more
seriously, because even today it is incomparably efficient when
you have to perform repetitive tasks or deal with lots of files or data.
Learn how to launch commands from your shell like a pro!
"What is the Kernel?"
This is probably one of the most puzzling questions when discovering Linux.
It is not uncommon to have to apply similar changes to a set of many
different files. For example, a programmer might want to insert some
license text on top of each source file of a project. Or one might want
to update the copyright notice on all pages of a static website.
Do you know the exact speed of your CPU? Or how the various process on your computer are bound to different cores?
When you start learning the Bash & Linux Command Line Tools, there are
soooo many commands to know. I don’t know if those commands are the
most useful. But they are definitely those I use the most often…
There are a lot of publications about Linux issued on the Web every day. By exploring the keywords contained in those publications, we may learn more about our favorite operating system and the way it is perceived.
ARM, MIPS, SPARC, POWER/PowerPC, RISC-V, Itanium, x86… All of them are popular microprocessors in use today. But where did they come from? And how are they related to other legacy technologies?