How to Use The ls Command on the Linux Command Line

With the Linux Crash Course series on LearnLinuxTV, you’ll learn everything you need to know in order to master the art of Linux. In each video, a single topic is covered in-depth. This time around, we take a look at the ls command – a command that many of you have probably already used, but there’s always more to learn!

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Using nmap to scan networks (Awesome Linux Tools)

nmap is a network mapping utility that you can use to gather information regarding the nodes on your network. With nmap, you can perform port scanning, OS fingerprinting, and more! In this tutorial, you’ll learn the basics of using nmap.

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Linux Crash Course – The wget Command

The Linux Crash Course is a tutorial series that goes over all of the core concepts regarding Linux that you’ll need to know, one video at a time. In this episode, the wget command is covered.

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Linux Crash Course – The sar Command

Monitoring the resources of your Linux server and watching for negative trends is one way to stay ahead of potential performance issues, and the sar command will help you do exactly that. In this video, Jay goes over the basics of the sar command.

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Linux Command-Line Tips & Tricks: Over 15 Examples!

The number of command combinations you can come up with on the Linux command-line is seemingly endless, and there are some real gems out there that you might not know about. In this video, Jay goes over some of his favorite command combos, time-saving tricks, and other various tips he wish he learned sooner. In this video, you’ll find all kinds of things to add to your command-line toolbox.

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Linux Crash Course – nano (command-line text editor)

When you’re working with Linux servers, you may or may not always have access to a GUI, which is why it’s important to learn at least one command-line text editor. In this video, we’ll explore the core fundamentals of nano. nano is a text editor that’s among the easiest to learn.

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Proxmox VE Full Course: Class 12 – The Command-Line Interface

LearnLinuxTV’s Proxmox full course aims to get you up to speed with all the finer points of Proxmox Virtual Environment. In video #12, we take a look at the Command-Line interface. The basics of both the qm and pct commands are covered, so by the end of the video you’ll be able to manage your cluster with or without a user interface.

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Linux Crash Course: Background (bg) and Foreground (fg)

In this episode of Linux Essentials, we’ll take a look at how to send tasks to the background, and then bring them to the foreground. This helps you get the current task out of the way so you can switch to something else, without having to use multiple terminal windows.

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