I’ve been writing Linux scripts for a few years now.
I’m using Python 3 for my scripting, and I’ve used Python 2 and C++ for my development.
Python 2 is great for the most part, but you can use a bit of a shell script for everything else.
The script I’m writing today will work with both Python 2.7 and 3.5.
I’ve also included a few of the Linux shells I’ve found on the Internet, including bash, bash-completion, tcsh, and sed.
But I’m also going to show you some of the scripts I’ve created for other Linux distros, including Ubuntu, Debian, and Fedora.
The next time you’re coding for Linux, make sure you read these scripts and use them with caution.
For more information, see the official Python wiki.