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The Bourne shell -- a shell (think of command.com in dos / Windows) for Linux. One of several available in Linux -- see CommandShells.

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  • (rhk) An Introduction to the Unix Shell; viewed 3 Aug 2002 -- "an HTMLized version of Steve Bourne's original shell tutorial. I found the source at http://cm.bell-labs.com/7thEdMan/vol2/shell.bun and generated my own copy with troff, which I then edited into an HTML version.

    This 1978 classic (not sure about the exact date, corrections welcome) is not only historically interesting, it's still a good tutorial as long as you keep in mind that some minor details like the terminal interface have changed quite a bit (DEL is not usually the interrupt character anymore, etc)."

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