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Jupyter notebooks are a way of running code interactively while also providing note-taking functionality. While Jupyter supports the Python programming language by default, there are several different kernels available for other languages, like Java for example. I want to create a Jupyter notebook for running linux terminal commands. If I would use jupyter notebook, I shall be using

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What is the best way to do this? Are there other applications designed for this use case that are more effective?

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If I'm understanding your question correctly (that you want to use Jupyter for bash, not write your own notebook software in/for bash), the Jupyter wiki has a section outlining the kernels you can use, including one for bash.

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