If you want to start a new Bourne-Again Shell (Bash) session from the command prompt, you will need to type a specific command. This command will depend on the operating system you are using. Here’s more information about how to start a Bash session on different operating systems.
To start a Bash session on Windows 10, simply type “bash” in the command prompt. This will open the bash shell where you can run Linux commands and navigate the file system. You can also use the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to run Bash scripts. To do this, open the command prompt and navigate to the folder where the script file is available. Then, type bash script-filename.sh and hit enter.
Git Bash on Windows
Git Bash on Windows is designed to provide the same shell experience as on Linux. To get started with Git Bash on Windows, first you will need to open command prompt and change the directory to C:Program FilesGitusrbin. After that, you can run Linux commands on the command prompt.
If you’re using a Mac, you can start a Bash session by typing “bash” in the Terminal. You can also use bash to run shell scripts with the “./” command. For example, if the script file is called “my-script.sh”, you can type “./my-script.sh” in the terminal to run the script.
Starting a Bash session depends on the operating system you are using. On Windows 10, type “bash” in the command prompt to start a Bash session. To start a session on Git Bash on Windows, open command prompt and change the directory to C:Program FilesGitusrbin first. On Mac, type “bash” in the Terminal to start a Bash session, and use “./” to run shell scripts.