Linux Commands for Beginners 24 – Transferring Files with rsync

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. In our last video, we’ll explore rsync, which is an extremely versatile utility for transferring files from place to place or system to system.

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Linux Commands for Beginners 22 – Remote Management with OpenSSH

The Linux Commands for Beginners series shows you all the commands you’ll need to know to boost your CLI skillset. In this particular video, I show off the benefits of remote management with OpenSSH, a very popular method of remote connection for issuing commands from a remote terninal.

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Linux commands for Beginners 20 – Package Management on Fedora and CentOS (dnf and yum)

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. In this video, we’ll take another look at package management, this time with the dnf command (Fedora) and the yum command (CentOS).

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Linux Commands for Beginners 15 – Bash History

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. In this video, we’ll learn how to view and utilize command history in bash.

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Linux Commands for Beginners 10 – Checking Resource Usage

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 time around, we’ll take a look at how to monitor and inspect system resource usage.

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