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Linux Tutorial Glossary

Linux Tutorial Glossary - variable


An object known to a proces that stores a particular value. Shell variables are known to a particular shell process and enviroment variables (generally) known to all of a particular user's processes.

shell   shell escape  


Shells and Utilities -> Shell Variables -> Shell Variables
Shells and Utilities -> Permissions -> Permissions
Shells and Utilities -> Regular Expressions and Metacharacters -> Regular Expressions and Metacharacters
Shells and Utilities -> Quotes -> Quotes
Shells and Utilities -> Interpreting the Command -> Interpreting the Command
Shells and Utilities -> Command Line Editing -> Command Line Editing
Shells and Utilities -> Functions -> Functions
Shells and Utilities -> A Few More Constructs -> A Few More Constructs
Shells and Utilities -> The C-Shell -> The C-Shell
Shells and Utilities -> Looking Through Files -> Looking Through Files
Shells and Utilities -> Basic Shell Scripting -> Basic Shell Scripting
Editing Files -> Awk -> Awk
Editing Files -> Perl -> Perl
Basic Administration -> Terminals -> Terminal Capabilities
Basic Administration -> Terminals -> Terminal Settings
Basic Administration -> cron -> cron
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> Processes -> Process Scheduling
The Operating System -> Rebuilding Your Kernel -> Rebuilding Your Kernel
The Operating System -> Files and File Systems -> Disk Layout
The X Windowing System -> Resources -> Resources
The X Windowing System -> Fonts -> Fonts
The Computer Itself -> Tape Drives -> Tape Drives
Networking -> SAMBA -> SAMBA
System Monitoring -> Big Brother -> Big Brother
The Operating System -> Software Basics -> Kernel Data Structures



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