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 Servers: Which Distro should you use?!

In the Linux community, there’s constant debate about which distribution is best for your desktop. However, there’s not as much discussion regarding Linux distros for your server. There are many good options for your Linux server project, and in this video Jay discusses his top 6 choices.

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Awesome Linux Tools – Cockpit

Having a dashboard installed on your Linux server can be a great way of enhancing remote management capabilities, as well as getting an overview of its resource usage. In this video, I’ll show you Cockpit which is an awesome management system you can install very easily.

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Linux Crash Course – sudo

When you need to run Linux commands with elevated privileges, sudo is the tried and true method to run commands as another user (such as root). In this introductory tutorial, we’ll take a look at some of the inner-workings of sudo.

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