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Use shell scripting to automate tasks

Use shell scripting to automate tasks: Cert Prep: Red Hat Certified System Engineer (EX300)
Use shell scripting to automate tasks: Cert Prep: Red Hat Certified System Engineer (EX300)

Using bash to automate system tasks is the best way to optimize your time. In this video you can learn to create a bash shell script that logs which users are logged in and how long they've been. You then set up the script to run on a regular basis.

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