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The Linux Crash Course series (now over 60 episodes long) goes over an important Linux command or topic in each episode. Unless otherwise noted, you can watch these in any order – and each video breaks every concept down into simple and easy to understand hands-on examples in order to help you learn.

Linux Process Management Made Easy: Understanding nice and renice

The Linux Crash Course series here on Learn Linux TV teaches you a valuable Linux-related skill in each and every video. You can watch most episodes in any order, and with over 60 entries in this series (and counting) there’s no shortage of Linux Learning! In this episode, Jay will teach you some of the basics of tuning Linux processes with the nice and renice commands.

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Understanding Variables on the Linux Command-Line

The Linux Crash Course series here on Learn Linux TV teaches you a valuable Linux-related skill in each and every video. You can watch most episodes in any order, and with over 60 entries in this series (and counting) there’s no shortage of Linux Learning! In this episode, Jay will teach you all about shell variables.

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What’s the deal with Flatpak? (Linux Crash Course Series)

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, Jay will explain the concept and show you how to manage Flatpaks with the flatpak command.

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The Linux Crash Course – What are “snap” Packages?

Linux packaging has no shortage of controversy, and snap packages are no exception to that. But why are snap packages so controversial? What do they give us that standard packages don’t? In this video, Jay goes over the basics of snap packages.

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How to Use the rsync Command to Transfer Files (Linux Crash Course Series)

The rsync command is kind of like a “swiss army knife” of file transfer utilities. With a wealth of options available, it’s easily one of the best methods of moving files around. In this video, Jay goes over the finer points of the rsync command, with an emphasis on the most important options you should know for day-to-day usage.

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Linux Crash Course Series – Using the passwd Command

The passwd command is what you use to change your password on your Linux system, but did you know you can also use it to change the password of other users, lock accounts, and view statistics? In this video, you’ll learn about the passwd command – and there may even be a new thing or two to learn even if you’re already familiar with the command.

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Transferring files with the scp Command (Linux Crash Course Series)

The Linux Crash Course Series – Teaching you a valuable Linux command/skill/topic one video at a time! This time around, our journey takes us to the Secure Copy (scp) command, which you can use to copy files from one Linux instance to another via SSH. You’ll learn everything you need to know in order to get started with scp so don’t miss this video!

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Demystifying the Top Command in Linux | Linux Crash Course Series

Welcome to another episode of the “Linux Crash Course” series! In this installment, we delve into the top command in Linux. With hands-on examples, we’ll demystify the top command, explaining its various options and parameters in a beginner-friendly manner. Learn how to monitor system resources, view running processes, and gain insights into system performance in real-time. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a solid grasp of using the top command to optimize your Linux system. Subscribe now for more Linux Crash Course tutorials and empower yourself with Linux knowledge!

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