Writing scripts and online support
How about apt-get install bash-doc? man bash will give you a lot of
info about shell scripting with bash.
On Oct 10, JP Sartre (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> Hi all.. this isn't debian specific, but I'll ask this of you because only
> smart people use debian.. right? :)
> Anyhow, I want to learn how to do basic scripts to perform tasks, as well
> as getting to learn cron and similar daemons.. aside from going out and
> buying a few perl books (which I intend to someday) are there any good
> online sources for basic script writing?
> I ask this because I need to write basic scripts for renaming a number of
> files and to perform tasks which I will be going often..
> For instance, I would like to rename some wav files to 01.wav, 02.wav
> etc. and renaming 01-A_Wav.wav and 02-Another_Wav.wav to 01.wav and 02.wav
> seems tedious. I know a simple script file could do this.
> Anyhow, I know there must be a decent resource list for script writing,
> and am curious what people suggest are the best places to look. Thanks
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