Ideas to challenge my linux college students.

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  • GameShell

    a game to learn (or teach) how to use standard commands in a Unix shell

    My teacher used gameShell for us, which I thought was a good tool even though I personally knew what it was about. Not really a thing to do one task at a time though.

  • linux-setup-scripts

    Repository with Linux setup scripts for WSL, Vagrant, etc.

    Here is my repo for setting up any Debian/RHEL/Arch/SUSE distro with all the tools I use daily, aliases, shell prompt, etc, where I've used bash quite a lot to automate installing stuff:

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  • suicide-linux

    @qntm's Suicide Linux, now available on Docker!

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