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Linux Survival Guide #1: Distros & Drives

If Windows 11 has you got you pondering the future of Windows and curious about Linux, then this is the video series is for you. What is a Linux distro? Which distro should you choose? And how do drives and partitions work in Linux? This video explains, with a focus on users migrating from Windows […]

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Linux Security

Linux Essentials for Ethical Hackers – Full InfoSec Course

In this Linux course, you will learn the 20% you need to know to be efficient with Linux. This course will teach all the common Linux skills used in cyber-security and ethical hacking. HackerSploit developed this course. Course Contents: (0:00:00) Introduction (0:01:56) Useful keyboard Shortcuts (0:08:52) File Management & Manipulation (0:32:18) File & Directory Permissions […]

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Windows 365: Testing a Cloud PC in Linux

Windows 365 is a new, online version of Windows that runs in what Microsoft call a Cloud PC. In this video, Explaining Computers sets up and accesses Windows 365 from Linux, including running some performance tests. Time stamps: 00:00 Introduction 01:18 A New Category of Computing 06:20 Windows on the Web 11:49 Performance 15:49 Remote […]

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Is the Linux Distro Zorin OS 16 a Good Windows Alternative?

ExplainingComputers reviews the Zorin OS 16 Linux distro, covering both Zorin OS 16 Core and Zorin OS 16 Pro. Includes installation, layouts and themes, applications and their installation, running Windows programs, and even a little on gaming. Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:38 Getting Zorin OS 05:04 Demo (Zorin OS Core) 09:23 Applications 16:36: Zorin OS 16 […]

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Linux Security

Linux and The Tragedy of the Commons

In a recent blog post, Google security researcher Kees Cook said that the Linux kernel and its toolchains are currently underinvested by at least 100 engineers. Worse still, many vendors are acting only from self interest that will ultimately lead Linux into the Tragedy of the Commons. What does this mean for consumers, enterprises, and […]

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Linux SQL Server

SQL Server on Linux Storage Secrets

SQL Server object disks on Windows Server can be expanded at any time with no issues, but Linux doesn’t quite work like that by default. In a situation where you run out of space, you’re out of luck, unless you know some secrets about Linux. The mysterious Linux Logical Volume Manager must be used before […]

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Linux Microsoft

Microsoft Linux is Here!

No, this is not a late April Fools Day joke or a prank. Microsoft has created its own distro of Linux and Gary Explains.

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Linux apps on Windows with WSL

Did you know that you can now run Linux apps that use a graphic user interface (or GUI) on Windows using WSL. In this video, Craig Loewen will explain what this means, what you can do with it, show us some demos, and tell us about a few additional new features for the Windows Subsystem […]

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The Strange History of Linux

Fireship traces Linux back to its roots to explain why there are so many distros.

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Linus Torvalds on Why Desktop Linux Stinks

For the last 20 years, I kept hearing how Linux on the Desktop would go mainstream in “five years.” Linus Torvalds himself explains what the challenges are and why that has not happened.

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