I am a beginner to shell scripting. I have not yet hardly coded a single program, but I am interested in learning it completely. Can anyone suggest some good online resources which will guide me?
I can look around the internet and find that the associated number for SIGKILL is 9, but is there linux documentation (such as, a man page) showing the complete list of signals and their numbers?
I have no idea about how I can make my home-grown specialist scripts (written mostly in Bash and Perl) available through the man pages. What procedure would I have to follow, and is there a ...
I'm trying to use the ManPageView addon to view info documentation within vim. Although I find ManPageView very useful for, well, viewing manpages, its info-reading functionality doesn't seem to work ...
I am interested in learning how documentation for GNU related software is written, and am wondering what type of font is used in their PDF documentation? (for instance, the GCC manual here: ...
I am a beginner, I want to learn unix and linux, and be a professional. Where should I start?
I'm planning to user LVM in my next Linux installation, any links to good LVM tutorials/guides/FAQs would be welcomed.
Does anyone have any tricks and tips for finding information in man pages?
Typing man alias gives me No manual entry for alias The same thing goes for export and eval. At first I thought it only happens to shell built-in commands but man echo gives me the man page. ...
Wouldn't it be more consistent if one of these always worked?
Is there any SDK for developers under Linux? I mean more than man pages, it would be more like MSDN Library or Windows SDK under windows, where all documentation about programming and developer guide ...