The Bourne Again SHell (bash) is an interactive, programmable command interpreter for the Unix and GNU-Linux operating systems. Bash was created and is maintained through the GNU Project. Bash is most common on GNU-Linux systems, though it may be found on any Unix-like OS.
A BASH Frequently Asked Questions Page
How-to reference guide to customizing the BASH command-line prompt.
GNU BASH shell reference manual. Readable online or optionally download in a variety of formats.
A basic introduction to scripting with Bash.
A bash shell tutorial that covers the most useful aspects and features of bash for the average user, rather than the scripter/programmer.
Official site for the GNU Bourne Again SHell. Includes manual and links to download bash binaries and source.
The "GNU Bash Reference Manual" by Chet Ramey and Brian Fox, available as a printed book (ISBN: 0-9541617-7-7).
Collection of Linux command-line tutorials, focused on the BASH shell.
HOWTO change environment variables under the BASH shell.
HOWTO change the prompt variable under the BASH shell.
The GNU Project BASH Maintainer's home site.
History and overview of the BAsh shell.
BASH tips and tricks - including programmable command-line completion.
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