The genesis of this blog consists of the desire to track personal growth regarding:
1. Deployment of a linux digital audio workstation having the goal and mind-set of inexpensive expression whilst achieving computing and musical maturity.
2. General interests with an emphasis on linux, music, homebrewing, chemistry and some philosophizing.
3. Keeping a journal somewhere that I know I cannot lose it.
I wanted to put together a simple bash script that would take a wildcard argument from the command-line and send the output to a text file (g03data.sh *.log > output.txt)
I needed to add the following (found here) to the top of my existing script:
if [ -z "$1" ] then echo $0: usage: $0 filename exit 1 fi
while [ ! -z "$1" ] do # do stuff to $1 shift done