Building a Powerful Raspberry Pi NAS with the Argon EON Pi Case & OpenMediaVault

Are you looking to build your very own Raspberry Pi-based Network Attached Storage (NAS) for your network or homelab? In this video, we’ll take an in-depth look at the features and functionality of the Argon EON Pi NAS case, a case designed for Raspberry Pi that transforms it into a NAS. You’ll see the the build process, and we’ll also demonstrate how to install and configure OpenMediaVault, a popular open-source NAS operating system, to maximize the capabilities of your build. This is definitely a fun project, so check it out!

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Linux Crash Course – The lsof Command

In the Linux Crash Course series, you’ll learn all the skills you’ll need to become a seasoned Linux Administrator, one video at a time! In this episode, we’ll take a look at the lsof command, which you can use to view open files on your Linux server or workstation. This is definitely a very useful command, so don’t miss out!

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How Set Up An Awesome WordPress Blog on Ubuntu 22.04

If you’re wanting to set up your own blog on Ubuntu, then this is the video for you! In this complete walkthrough, you’ll set up your very own WordPress installation on an Ubuntu cloud instance. This walkthrough will go over launching an instance, setting up a MariaDB database, installing PHP plugins, and by the end of the video you’ll set up a certificate with Let’s Encrypt for a secure connection to your blog. This is a fun project, so definitely check it out!

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 65 – Open Source Intelligence Tools (OSINT)

Open Source Intelligence is a very interesting topic – it’s all about the things that might get unknowingly leaked, and this leaked information is perfectly legal to know and possess! The IP address that points to a domain, vacation photos on twitter, or even what you had for lunch can be used against you in order to build a profile. In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss OSINT and some tools that are commonly used to find it.

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