GNU bash 4.2 Installer
Overview: Works only on rooted android devices with Busybox and SuperSU (or Superuser) installed.
Alternative: Root your phone with The Rooting App and install this app. ***
This Installer installs GNU bash 4.2 to your device.
Bash is a Unix shell written by Brian Fox for the GNU Project as a free software replacement for the Bourne shell (sh). Released in 1989, it has been distributed widely as the shell for the GNU operating system and as the default shell on Linux and Mac OS X. It has been ported to Microsoft Windows and distributed with Cygwin and MinGW, to DOS by the DJGPP project, to Novell NetWare and to Android via GNU Bash Installer and various terminal emulation applications. --Wikipedia
Source code, apps and binaries are available at bitcubate.com
Smartphones are more like computers - my goal is to bring ported and cross compiled binaries of GNU tools to give the GNU/Linux feel!
Tab ↹ : Autocompletes from the cursor position.
Ctrl+a : Moves the cursor to the line start
Ctrl+b : Moves the cursor back one character
Ctrl+c : Sends the signal SIGINT to the current task, which aborts and closes it.
Ctrl+d : Sends an EOF marker, which closes the current shell or deletes the current character if text present
Ctrl+e : Moves the cursor to the line end
Ctrl+f : Moves the cursor forward one character
Ctrl+g : Abort the research and restore the original line.
Ctrl+h : Deletes the previous character
Ctrl+i : Equivalent to the tab key.
Ctrl+j : Equivalent to the enter key.
Ctrl+k : Clears the line content after the cursor and copies it into the clipboard
Ctrl+l : Clears the screen content
Ctrl+n : Recalls the next command (↓).
Ctrl+o : Executes the found command from history, and fetch the next line relative to the current line from the history for editing.
Ctrl+p : Recalls the prior command (↑).
Ctrl+r : Recalls the last command including the specified character(s)
Ctrl+s : Go back to the next more recent command of the research
Ctrl+t : Transpose the previous two characters.
Ctrl+u : Clears the line content before the cursor and copies it into the clipboard
Ctrl+v : If the next input is also a control sequence, type it literally (e. g. Ctrl+v Ctrl+h = "^H")
Ctrl+w : Clears the word before the cursor and copies it into the clipboard
Ctrl+x Ctrl+e : Edits the current line in the $EDITOR program, or vi if undefined.
Ctrl+x Ctrl+r : Read in the contents of the inputrc file, and incorporate any bindings or variable assignments found there
Ctrl+x Ctrl+u : Incremental undo, separately remembered for each line
Ctrl+x Ctrl+v : Display version information about the current instance of bash.
Ctrl+x Ctrl+x : Alternates the cursor with its old position
Ctrl+y : Adds the clipboard content from the cursor position
Ctrl+z : Sends the signal SIGTSTP to the current task, which suspends it. To execute it in background one can enter bg. To bring it back from background or suspension fg ['process name or job id'] can be issued
Ctrl+_ : Incremental undo, separately remembered for each line
Alt+b : Moves the cursor backward one word
Alt+c : Capitalizes the character under the cursor and moves to the end of the word
Alt+d : Cuts the word after the cursor
Alt+f : Moves the cursor forward one word
Alt+l : Lowers the case of every character from the cursor's position to the end of the current word
Alt+r : Cancels the changes and puts back the line as it was in the history
Alt+u : Capitalizes every character from the cursor's position to the end of the current word
Alt+. : Insert the last argument to the previous command
Credits go to Friedrich Schäuffelhut for allowing me to use his OpenVPN Installer source and to re-distribute my changes under a GNU/GPL licence.
Enjoy bash on your device. Feel free to send mail for support or suggestions for next releases. Thank you all supporters! If you like this app, also have a look at Super Switch User.
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