Bash-Scripting: Why Every Linux User Should Learn It.

Turn Your PC To The Ultimate Slave

If you use Linux, I can almost guarantee that you do repetitive work — one way or another. Why not outsource this task to your digital assistant?

Repetitive tasks that follow a particular pattern are the specialty of our modern-day slaves.

And this is where bash-scripting comes into play. The syntax is extremely basic and very easy to learn.

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