Linux Crash Course Series – How to Share Files via SSHFS

While technologies such as Samba and NFS are very effective when you want to share files with other users, those solutions may not be best for those with simpler file sharing needs. In this video, sshfs is covered, which is a fuse-based solution that enables you to quickly share directories on your network.

Note: sshfs no longer has a maintainer, so don’t use this solution for confidential or proprietary files. Check out the repository and consider volunteering to maintain this awesome solution.

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What is $PATH on a Linux Shell? (The Linux Crash Course Series)

Do you want to Learn Linux? The Linux Crash Course series contains video lessons on all kinds of Linux commands and concepts. In this episode, we’ll take a look at the concept of $PATH in Linux. You’ll learn what it is, why it’s helpful, and also how to customize it.

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Linux Crash Course – The diff Command

In the Linux Crash Course series, we go over one important foundational topic around Linux one video at a time! And this time around, the diff command takes the spotlight. In this video, you’ll see examples of the diff command in action, and more.

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The cat Command in Linux (Featuring Real Cats) – Linux Crash Course Series

In the Linux Crash Course series, we’ll go over one important foundational Linux topic each episode. This series includes tutorials, demonstrations, and more! In this episode, Jay will go over the basics of the cat command. And best of all, this video will feature REAL CATS!

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How to Interpret Load Average in Linux (Linux Crash Course Series)

The “Load Average” within our Linux servers and workstations enables administrators to understand how well the system is keeping up with its workload. By reading the values within the Load Average, we can also determine the overall performance of the system over several time periods, which will give us an idea on how the workloads are progressing. In this video, Jay will teach you how to fetch the current load average, and how to read the values.

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