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60 Linux Commands you NEED to know (in 10 minutes)

In this video, NetworkChuck shows you the top 60 Linux commands you NEED to know! If you are a beginner in Linux, this is THE video you need to watch.

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Google Linux

Chrome OS Flex: Installing Linux Apps & 4 Month Review of Google’s New PC OS

How to install and run Linux Apps in Chrome OS Flex, plus thoughts on using Google’s new PC operating system every day for four months. Video includes setting up a Linux virtual machine, installation of LibreOffice, GIMP, Inkscape, Aisleriot Solitaire and VeraCrypt, and sharing folders. Note that whilst this video focuses on Chrome OS Flex […]

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Pop!_OS is switching to yearly releases. Here’s why that’s fine.

System76 has announced they’re going to skip the 22.10 release of Pop!_OS. This is not the end of the world, and I’m planning on sticking with them on my main work machine. In today’s action-packed episode of Veronica Explains, I discuss why I think Pop!_OS is making the right decision, and go into a bit […]

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Linux Red Hat

Laptops make GREAT Linux Servers

In this video learn how to install Fedora Server edition on this older ThinkPad laptop and using it as a media server, docker dashboard, and Microsoft code server.

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Apple Linux Windows

Warpinator: Easy Network File Transfer between Windows, Linux, Android & iOS

Warpinator free utility for making network file transfers between two computers running Linux, Windows, Android or iOS. Video includes installation in different OS, demos, preferences, and tips for dealing with potential setup issues. Warpinator was developed by the Linux Mint team, and has a GitHub page here: https://github.com/linuxmint/warpinator

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Is Linux Right For You?

After joining Red Hat, I decided to “give up Windows for Lent.” The experiment was a success in the sense that I feel confident about my ability to remain productive should my issues with Windows 11 be resolved. In the meantime, I have reverted my main work driver back to Windows. Like it or not, […]

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Linux

A Beginners Guide to eBPF Programming for Networking

eBPF has been described as “Superpowers for Linux,” and recently we’ve seen an explosion of tools that use it to power networking, observability and security in the Cloud Native world. In this talk Liz uses live-coding examples to explore how eBPF programs are loaded and run in the kernel, and attached to a variety of […]

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Chrome OS Flex: Google’s New PC OS

Chrome OS Flex is a new version of Chrome OS, the cloud operating system used on Google chromebooks. As this video demonstrates, it can be installed on almost any PC, which can breathe new life to be brought to an old laptop. Seem like a bad time to use strong arm tactics to force users […]

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