Bourne Shell

The Bourne shell (sh) is a shell, or command-line interpreter, for computer operating systems.The Bourne shell was the default Unix shell of Unix Version 7. Most Unix-like systems continue to have /bin/sh—which will be the Bourne shell, or a symbolic link or hard link to a compatible shell even when other shells are used by most users.Developed by Stephen Bourne at Bell Labs, it was a replacement for the Thompson shell, whose executable file had the same name—sh. It was released in 1977 in the Version 7 Unix release distributed to colleges and universities.
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  • Linux Shell

    … with the shell. There is many different terminal emulators that you can use, But most Linux distributions supply several such as, konsole, xterm, kvt, eterm, gnome-terminal, rxvt and nxterm. Using a terminal Under gnome you can open your menu and locate the konsole or terminal and then click it. That will open a black window that will show you… 2 readers -
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