One thing I wrote a while ago and try to keep up to date, is a bourne shell programming tutorial , which I kind of like. Give me your comments. You can find that guide here. Very simple Miles-Per-Gallon calculator.
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One thing I wrote a while ago and try to keep up to date, is a bourne shell programming tutorial , which I kind of like. Give me your comments. You can find that guide here. Very simple Miles-Per-Gallon calculator. There are also a few things here written by Liam Crilly, whom I've lost contact with, but wrote some good scripts, a few of which I've still got copies of lying around.
Douglas Dallas also helped with the mkkernel scripts; these are the first "scary" scripts I wrote, in that they automate the mangling of significant kernel-tuning files quite inefficiently, looking back at them now , but that was a major turning point for me as I saw how effective scripting could be. These particular scripts turned half a day's hard work into a few quick keystrokes. That's what turned me on to scripting as a nice way of doing sysadmin which I find kind of boring otherwise!
Maybe it was my naivete at the time, but he struck me as a genius. Googling for him, it seems he lives at tinc. Of course, he won't remember me, I was just a student on placement.
Other things to note: title. And the only recent as in, from the past five years thing to date, is rterm, which is another one-liner. DOC Download.
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