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Using the Bash Shell on RHEL

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{{#pagetitle: Using the Bash Shell on RHEL 8 }}
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The capabilities of the shell go far beyond the areas covered in this chapter. If you are new to the shell then we strongly encourage you to seek out additional resources. Once familiar with the concepts you will quickly find that it is quicker to perform many tasks using the shell in a terminal window than it is to wade through menus and dialogs on the desktop.
 
 
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<td width="20%">[[An Overview of the RHEL Cockpit Web Interface|Previous]]<td align="center">[[Red Hat Enterprise Linux Essentials|Table of Contents]]<td width="20%" align="right">[[Managing RHEL Users and Groups|Next]]</td>
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<td width="20%">An Overview of the RHEL 8 Cockpit Web Interface<td align="center"><td width="20%" align="right">Managing RHEL 8 Users and Groups</td>
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