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# Resources
## Day to Day Shell System Use
* [Advanced Bash Scripting Guide](https://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/)
A text with misleading title, it is neither only meant for _Advanced_
users as it assumes no previous exposure to the Unix shell, nor covers
only _Bash_, taking instead an integrative approach which reflects a
natural interaction with a GNU\Linux system on a day-to-day basis. It
can also serve as a reference. While outdated in the sense that that
last revision is from 2014, it still covers the vast majority of
interactions one has with a GNU\Linux system through the shell.
* [Software Carpentry Courses](https://v4.software-carpentry.org/shell/index.html)
Plenty of well organised self-study friendly courses. The link above
is for the Unix shell.
* [Generating SSH Keys on Windows using PuTTY](https://lcsb-wiki.uni.lu/xwiki/wiki/eci/view/Generating+SSH+Accounts/)
This is a wiki page by MSc students of the **LCSB Environmental
Cheminformatics Group** which documents the process of SSH key
generation on the Windows machines.
* [UL HPC School Resources for Beginners](https://ulhpc-tutorials.readthedocs.io/en/latest/beginners/)
This shell and server access tutorial by the UL HPC platform is one of
their [many excellent learning resources](https://ulhpc-tutorials.readthedocs.io/en/latest/).
## Miscellaneous
* [The GNU in GNU/Linux](www.gnu.org) The system/organisation/movement
that started (much of) it all. Free software, [the philosophy and ethics of it](https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/philosophy.html).
* [The Linux Project](https://www.linux.org/)
The official site of Linux. Also has a wealth of resources.
* [The Open Source Initiative](https://opensource.org/)
A business-friendly take on Free Software. For those interested in historic minutiae,
see [OSI vs FSF](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Source_Initiative#Relationship_with_the_free_software_movement).
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