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Command line resources

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List of instructional readings

 

  - Powers, E. (2012).  Why I learned to love the command line. Hack

  Library School: By, For, and About Library School Students.

  http://hacklibschool.wordpress.com/2012/02/20/why-i-learned-to-love-the-command-line/

 

  - Stephenson, Neal. (1999). In the beginning was the command line.

  http://www.cryptonomicon.com/beginning.html

 

  - Raymond, E. S. (1999). The cathedral and the bazaar. Sebastapol, CA:  O‚ÄôReilly & Associates. http://www.catb.org/esr/writings/cathedral-bazaar/

 

  - Cocciolo, A. (2013). Unix commands and batch processing for the reluctant librarian or archivist. Code4Lib Journal 23.

  http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/9158

 

  - Phillips, M. 2011. Metadata Analysis at the Command-line. Code4Lib  Journal 19. http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/7818

 

  - Coyle, K. (2007).  Learning to love Linux. The Journal of Academic  Librarianship 34(1), 72-73. 

 

 

Digital Curation Centre's chapter on "Open Source and Digital Curation" by

Andrew McHugh in the Digital Curation Manual (2005):

http://www.dcc.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/resource/curation-manual/chapters/open-source.pdf

 

 

An Introduction to Using the Command Line Interface to Work with Files and Directories. AVPS OCTOBER 25, 2014.

http://www.avpreserve.com/papers-and-presentations/an-introduction-to-using-the-command-line-interface-to-work-with-files-and-directories/

 

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