Where are Linux scripts stored? If your scripts are intended to run by a single user you can place them in ~/bin. If your scripts are system-wide you can probably place them in /usr/local/bin. If your scripts are meant to be only used under special circumstances or environments you can put them even in /opt/myscripts and add this directory to $PATH.
What are some useful bash scripts?
- Currency – Currency Converter.
- Stocks – Display stock price details.
- Weather – Display Weather details.
- Crypt – Encrypt and Decrypt files.
- Movies – Find Movie details.
- Display similar items like the supplied item.
- Short – Shorten URLs.
How do I see all shell scripts in Linux?
- Use the find command for it in your home: find ~ -name script.sh.
- If you didn’t find anything with the above, then use the find command for it on the whole F/S: find / -name script.sh 2>/dev/null. ( 2>/dev/null will avoid unnecessary errors to be displayed) .
- Launch it: /<whatever_the_path_was>/script.sh.
What is $1 and $2 in shell script? $0 is the name of the script itself (script.sh) $1 is the first argument (filename1) $2 is the second argument (dir1)