In this episode of Linux Essentials, we’ll go over data streams. Specifically, Standard Output (stdout), Standard Input (stdin), and Standard Error (stderr). We’ll also take a look at how to redirect specific data streams, so you can easily separate errors from output.
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.
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.
As Linux server administrators, we need to be able to schedule tasks to run at some point in the future. Perhaps as a one-off command, or a job that’s expected to repeat on some sort of schedule. And that’s exactly what Cron helps us to do – by setting up a Crontab, we can schedule tasks to run at some point in the future.
In my Linux Commands for Beginners series, we’ll explore everything you need to know in order to be productive on the Linux Command Line. You’ll learn basic commands, input/output redirection, package management, resource monitoring, troubleshooting, and more. This video serves as an introduction to viewing logs.