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Create Users And Change Passwords With A Bash Script. These two scripts are very important for the system admin who regularly works with mail servers and somehow forgets to backup his system username and password! Let’s say somehow we lost the usernames and passwords of the mail server.
We will create a new custom Docker image based on Ubuntu 18.04 image, for the PHP-FPM and Nginx services, then run the new container with a simple phpinfo script. First, create a new project directory and create an empty Dockerfile.
Tutorial on how to compare numbers, strings and files in a bash shell script.Examples of shell script to compare numbers, strings and files using if statement. We will now create a script for doing numeric comparison, but before we do that we need to know the parameters that are used to compare numerical values. . Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal.
Yes it is possible to create batch file in Ubuntu or any Linux flavor however there are many tutorials over the internet that you can choose from and apply it to your computer. Kind of batch or script files: 1. Creating folders, 2. Files deletion, 3. Folders and sub-folders deletion, 4. Opening applications, 5. Files backup, 6. Folders backup, 7.
Run the following command. It will show ruby version which is installed in the system. The output shows that ruby version 2.3.3 is installed in the system. Creating First Ruby Program. You can use any text editor to write ruby script. Here, nano editor is used. The extension for ruby file is rb. Suppose, you have to create a ruby file named.
This article intends to help you to start programming basic-intermediate shell scripts. It does not intend to be an advanced document (see the title). I am NOT an expert nor guru shell programmer. I decided to write this because I'll learn a lot and it might be useful to other people.
Since Ubuntu comes with Python pre-installed you won’t need to install anything to compile and run python scripts. But you’ll need something to edit them. I will list two choices here, nano and vi, since these editors are common on most Linux mach.