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Linux Tutorial Glossary - shell

shell

The program that controls the user interaction with the operating system.

background process   child process   command   command alias   command argument   command flags   command line   command line interpreter   command options   defunct process   foreground   fork   parent process   PID   PPID   process   process table   shell script   login shell  

References:

Introduction to Operating Systems -> Processes -> Processes
Introduction to Operating Systems -> Files and Directories -> Files and Directories
Introduction to Operating Systems -> Operating System Layers -> Operating System Layers
Linux Basics -> What Linux is All About -> What Linux is Made of
Linux Basics -> What Linux is All About -> What Linux Does
Shells and Utilities -> Shells and Utilities
Shells and Utilities -> The Shell -> The Shell
Shells and Utilities -> Directory Paths -> Directory Paths
Shells and Utilities -> Shell Variables -> Shell Variables
Shells and Utilities -> Regular Expressions and Metacharacters -> Regular Expressions and Metacharacters
Shells and Utilities -> Quotes -> Quotes
Shells and Utilities -> Pipes and Redirection -> Pipes and Redirection
Shells and Utilities -> Interpreting the Command -> Interpreting the Command
Shells and Utilities -> Different Kinds of Shells -> Different Kinds of Shells
Shells and Utilities -> Command Line Editing -> Command Line Editing
Shells and Utilities -> Functions -> Functions
Shells and Utilities -> Aliases -> Aliases
Shells and Utilities -> A Few More Constructs -> A Few More Constructs
Shells and Utilities -> The C-Shell -> The C-Shell
Shells and Utilities -> Looking for Files -> Looking for Files
Shells and Utilities -> Looking Through Files -> Looking Through Files
Shells and Utilities -> Basic Shell Scripting -> Basic Shell Scripting
Shells and Utilities -> Shell Odds and Ends -> Shell Odds and Ends
Editing Files -> Editing Files
Editing Files -> Vi -> vi Buffers
Editing Files -> Vi -> Command Output in vi
Editing Files -> Perl -> Perl
Working with the System -> Interacting with the System
Basic Administration -> Basic Administration
Basic Administration -> Starting and Stopping the System -> Run Levels
Basic Administration -> Starting and Stopping the System -> Init Scripts
Basic Administration -> User Accounts -> User Accounts
Basic Administration -> User Accounts -> logging in
Basic Administration -> Terminals -> Terminal Settings
Basic Administration -> Printers and Interfaces -> Printers and Interfaces
Basic Administration -> System Logging -> Managing System Logs
Basic Administration -> cron -> cron
Basic Administration -> Webmin -> Webmin
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> Processes -> Processes
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> Processes -> The Life Cycle of Processes
The Operating System -> Rebuilding Your Kernel -> Rebuilding Your Kernel
The Operating System -> Devices and Device Nodes -> Major and Minor Numbers
The X Windowing System -> The Basics of X -> The Basics of X
The X Windowing System -> Fonts -> Fonts
Networking -> TCP-IP -> TCP-IP
Networking -> TCP-IP -> The Domain Name System -> Configuring the Domain Name System DNS
Networking -> SAMBA -> SAMBA
System Monitoring -> Finding Out About Your System -> Important System Files
System Monitoring -> What the System Is Doing Now -> Users
System Monitoring -> What the System Is Doing Now -> Processes
Security -> File Access
Security -> What You Can Do About It -> What You Can Do About It
  




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