SH extension files are command interpreter files on Linux operating systems.
Its function is to "translate" the commands that, for example, you write in the terminal and that when pressing 'Enter' tells the kernel of the system what to do.
SH files are developed as executable scripts with direct instructions to the core of the process. Programs such as C-Shell, Korn Shell, and Bourne Shell also use SH files for script storage.
You can run them from the command line or from the distribution interface.
If you want to open and modify an SH file, you just have to have any text editor, such as:
If you downloaded a SH file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open SH File on iOS device follow steps below:
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