When it comes to sending files from one device to another, rsync is legendary. Using rsync, you can back up critical data and send it to a backup device, network share, an offsite server and more. In this video, you’ll see an example of backing up critical data on a server with rsync.
Through the course of the podcast so far, Jay and Joao have discussed foundational topics, as well as news and current trends. In this episode, second factor authentication is discussed. This foundational episode will go over what it is, why you should use it, and also some of the things that can potentially weaken its benefit.
I run Fedora! With the gaining popularity of this awesome Linux distro, version 36 is the next stop in its plan for world domination! Okay, maybe that’s a bit too dramatic – Fedora may not be taking over the world, but it is taking the Linux world by storm lately! The May 2022 release of Fedora features GNOME 42, version 5.17 of the Linux kernel, and a tightly integrated GNOME experience. Check out the LearnLinuxTV review of Fedora 36 to see what’s new this time around!
In the industry, we spend a great deal of time hardening our security, doing our due diligence when it comes to patching, implementing firewalls, avoiding EOL software, as well as many other aspects of our security focus. But unfortunately, even a well thought out implementation of common security controls can be rendered useless if we miss the low hanging fruit – such as training our employees and making sure they understand how serious security is, and how they can help. In this episode, Jay and Joao will discuss that and more.
btrfs – when it comes to filesystems, btrfs is definitely in a league of its own. With a modern featureset that includes things like scrubbing, subvolumes, and even the ability to handle RAID – btrfs is a very exciting technology when it comes to storage. In this episode, Tom and Jay discuss btrfs and some of the things that set it apart from other filesystems.