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Top 5 Linux Certifications

This video is from DebtFreeinIT w/ Mike. In this episode I discuss my Top 5 Linux certifications for a beginner. In this video I discuss CompTIA’s Linux+ , LPIC-1 (Linux Professional Institute), Linux Essentials, LFCS (Linux Foundation Certified System Admin) and Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA).

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Alpine Linux on Raspberry Pi Basics: Using 1-Wire Sensors

This video is from XtendedGreg. Today we are going to get started with another interface called 1-wire. It is a lot less complex than many other interfaces, but has a host of sensors that are available to use it. I will be showing you two examples based on a DS18B20 temperature sensor in both python […]

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What’s the deal with Flatpak?

This video from Learn Linux TV explains how Flatpak is not just an Ikea thing. Linux software packaging has seen some interesting changes lately, especially with the rise of the “universal package”. Flatpak, one of the leading forms of the prominent universal package types has seen some confusion (and sometimes controversy) but in this video, […]

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No GUI? No Problem! How to Quickly Browse the Web in your Linux Terminal

This video is from Learn Linux TV. There’s no shortage of cool things you can do right from within your Linux terminal, but did you know you can browse web pages from the command line? While browsing web pages in your terminal won’t look exactly the same as it does in a proper browser, it […]

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Linux Security

Quick tips to improve Linux Security on your desktop, laptop, or server (hardening for beginners)

The more software you use, the larger the attack surface for your Linux install is. It’s always good to take a look at all the installed applications, and libraries, and remove what you don’t use anymore. You can also remove packages that aren’t linked to anything else and aren’t used by anything. This video from […]

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Windows & macOS can’t do this, but Linux can!

Windows 11 and, more specifically, Windows 10’s end of support pushed me to experiment with Linux. There’s not looking back now, even if Windows 12 fixes a lot of the mistakes made. This video is from The Linux Experiment and sheds more light on what makes Linux great.

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