endusershell - Linux


endusershell is a user-friendly command line interface designed for non-technical end users, providing an intuitive and simplified way to interact with the Linux operating system. It empowers end users with the ability to perform essential tasks and automate workflows through a simplified syntax.


endusershell [-h] [-v] [-d] [-i] [-c]


  • -h, –help: Display usage and help information.
  • -v, –version: Show the version of endusershell.
  • -d, –debug: Enable debug output for troubleshooting.
  • -i, –interactive: Launch the interactive shell mode.
  • -c, –command: Execute a single command in non-interactive mode.


Interactive Shell Mode

$ endusershell -i

End User Shell v1.0

> list files
> rename file.txt newfile.txt

Non-Interactive Mode

$ endusershell -c "echo Hello, world!"
Hello, world!

Common Issues

  • Permission denied: Ensure that the user has sufficient permissions to execute the desired commands.
  • Command not found: Verify that the command being used is recognized by the system.
  • Syntax error: Carefully check the command syntax for any typos or missing arguments.


endusershell can be integrated with other Linux commands using pipes or command substitution. For example:

$ endusershell -c "ls -l" | grep "my_file.txt"

Related Commands

  • bash: Standard Linux shell
  • zsh: Extended shell with advanced features
  • fish: User-friendly and customizable shell