Bash is a command processor, typically run at the command-line, allowing the user to type commands which cause actions. Bash can also read commands from a file, called a script.

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Work-around for process substitution in mksh

An extremely useful feature of Bash, known as process substitution, is missing in the Android shell, mksh. This is highly unfortunate as it prevent you from doing things like: diff <(sort list1) ...
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Error opening terminal: Screen

I just installed nano on my Nexus 9, which is rooted. However, when I try to run nano, it says "Error opening terminal: screen." bash-3.2# nano Error opening terminal: screen. Any help would be ...
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defining functions in TWRP

In "normal" android you start up a Terminal emulator or do "adb shell" and then from there you can defining a function by: function name { #code } name #runs "name" But by using adb shell over ...
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Install Bash on rooted Kindle Fire

I just rooted my Kindle Fire and installed QuickSSHd, an SSH daemon app. I can log in via SSH (using Putty in Windows 7) and become root, etc. It appears, however, that the only shell installed is ...
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chroot: can not execute /system/bin/sh

I'm trying to install Linux on Android according to this guide. I threw all the necessary files to the memory card, but it's having a problem when trying to run the bootubuntu script: #modprobe ext2 ...
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sound alarm from terminal emulator

For my purposes, I want to create a simple bash script, that will notify me when appropriate conditions will meet. Is there a way to make a sound alert from Android Terminal Emulator? I'm running ...