There’s way too much drama with Twitter nowadays, so the alternatives are looking more attractive than ever. Setting up your own Mastodon server is a fun project, and also a potential alternative to Twitter. In this video, Jay walks you through the entire process of setting up your own Mastodon server on a Debian-based VPS.
OpenSSH is a fantastic tool for remotely managing Linux servers, but with great power comes great responsibility! If a threat actor is able to gain access to OpenSSH on your Linux server, then they have full access to cause all kinds of mischief. In this video, Jay goes over 5 must-have tweaks to strengthen the security of OpenSSH on your server.
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Do you want to Learn Linux? The Linux Crash Course series contains video lessons on all kinds of Linux commands and concepts. In this episode, we’ll take a look at the concept of $PATH in Linux. You’ll learn what it is, why it’s helpful, and also how to customize it.
Are you a Linux user and/or administrator? These 10 terminal tricks will show you some new and exciting ways you can enhance your workflow, shorten longer tasks, and even have a little fun along the way.
The Linux Crash Course is a series of tutorials that will teach you a fundamental Linux-related concept in each episode. This time around, the spotlight is on logging. In this video, you’ll see some examples of log files that exist in Fedora as well as Ubuntu.
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