I would like to do some exercices/scripts in order to develop my skills in shell scripts,
can someone pass me some links/suggestions where i can find this?
Thanks a lot :)
At the end of the man page for sudo, there's the following remark:
Running shell scripts via sudo can expose the same kernel bugs that
make setuid shell scripts unsafe on some operating systems (if your OS
has a /dev/fd/ directory, setuid shell scripts are generally safe).
Pretty much everything in that paragraph is obscure to me.
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I don't have quick access to many operating systems so I can't test each linux distro to ensure my scripts work. but I'd like to list what platforms the scripts I develop will work on. I develop mostly on Fedora and Cent-OS.
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How do I handle switches in a shell script?
Most common shell commands allow the user to specify options in any random order. Positional Parameters like $1 as commonly used in bash (I tend to write all my scripts in Bash but I don't think this question is actually Bash specific) scripts on the other hand, are order specific.
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