8. Configuring Your Unix or Linux Environment

Back in Chapter 3, we introduced you to shells—what they are and what you can do with them. In this chapter, we’ll take you a bit further and look at configuring your environment using the zsh and bash shells, because they are two of the most common (popular) and useful shells. By configuring your environment, you can make the system adapt to your needs, rather than ...

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