Peteris Krumins has written a three-part article series on his blog about using Bash effectively. The three parts are Editing commands in Emacs editing mode, Editing commands in Vi editing mode, and Definitive guide to Bash command line history. All three articles come with ‘cheat sheets’ in .pdf and .txt format so you can memorise the commands and shortcuts easier.
Using the Bourne Again Shell Effectively
Submitted by pkrumins 2008-06-13 General Development 3 Comments
Always good to see an idea that may help folks by making something easier to use. It may be of more practical, day-to-day value than a bigger deal.
I wonder if there’s a bash adaptation for the joe editor, though? I find joe easier than vi for simple tasks. In addition, joe’s magic key is Ctrl, which I find easier and quicker to hit from the keyboard (with my little finger) than vi’s Esc key.