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🐧LHB Linux Digest #23.18: Bash Tips, Systemctl Commands and More

A new assortment of Linux tips, tutorials and related stuff.

Abhishek Prakash

Warp Terminal

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💭 What you get in this edition of LHB Linux Digest:

  • Bash tips
  • Systemctl commands for systemd
  • AI based coding assistant
  • Tools and memes for Linux lovers

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🧑‍💻 Linux and Bash Tutorials

Like it or not, systemd is omnipresent. It's time to embrace it and learn the systemctl commands.

Using systemctl Command [15 Examples]
The systemctl command is a must know for Linux systems with systemd init system. Here are some practical examples.

The read command lets you accept user inputs. Here's how you can store the user inputs into an array in Bash.

Bash: Read Into an Array
Learn how to use the read command to get the user input into an array in bash scripts.

One more Bash tip.

Using Command Substitution in Bash Shell
Command substitution is an important feature that allows you to store the output of a command into a variable.
Abhishek Prakash