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BASH(1)                                                   BASH(1)

       bash - GNU Bourne-Again SHell

       bash [options] [file]

       Bash is Copyright (C) 1989-2001 by the Free Software Foundation, Inc.

       Bash  is  an  sh-compatible  command  language interpreter that executes commands read from the standard input or from a file.  Bash also
       incorporates useful features from the Korn and C shells (ksh and csh).

       Bash is intended to be a conformant implementation of the IEEE POSIX Shell and Tools specification (IEEE Working Group 1003.2).

       In addition to the single-character shell options documented in the description of the set builtin command, bash interprets the following
       options when it is invoked:

       -c string If the -c option is present, then commands are read from string.  If there are arguments after the string, they are assigned to
                 the positional parameters, starting with $0.
       -r        If the -r option is present, the shell becomes restricted (see RESTRICTED SHELL below).
       -i        If the -i option is present, the shell is interactive.
       -s        If the -s option is present, or if no arguments remain after option processing, then commands are read from the standard input.
                 This option allows the positional parameters to be set when invoking an interactive shell.
       -v        Print shell input lines as they are read.
       -x        Print commands and their arguments as they are executed.
       -D        A  list of all double-quoted strings preceded by $ is printed on the standard ouput.  These are the strings that are subject to
                 language translation when the current locale is not C or POSIX.  This implies the -n option; no commands will be executed.
       [-+]O [shopt_option]
                 shopt_option is one of the shell options accepted by the shopt builtin (see SHELL BUILTIN COMMANDS below).  If shopt_option  is
                 present,  -O  sets  the value of that option; +O unsets it.  If shopt_option is not supplied, the names and values of the shell
                 options accepted by shopt are printed on the standard output.  If the invocation option is +O, the output  is  displayed  in  a
                 format that may be reused as input.
       --        A  --  signals  the end of options and disables further option processing.  Any arguments after the -- are treated as filenames
                 and arguments.  An argument of - is equivalent to --.

       Bash also interprets a number of multi-character options.  These options must appear on the  command  line  before  the  single-character
       options in order for them to be recognized.

              Equivalent to -D, but the output is in the GNU gettext po (portable object) file format.
              Equivalent to -D.
       --help Display a usage message on standard output and exit successfully.
       --init-file file
       --rcfile file
              Execute commands from file instead of the standard personal initialization file ~/.bashrc if the shell is interactive (see INVOCA?
              TION below).

              Make bash act as if it had been invoked as a login shell (see INVOCATION below).

              Do not use the GNU readline library to read command lines when the shell is interactive.

              Do not read either the system-wide startup file  /etc/profile  or  any  of  the  personal  initialization  files  ~/.bash_profile,
              ~/.bash_login, or ~/.profile.  By default, bash reads these files when it is invoked as a login shell (see INVOCATION below).

       --norc Do  not  read and execute the personal initialization file ~/.bashrc if the shell is interactive.  This option is on by default if
              the shell is invoked as sh.

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