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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Linux Crash Course – The head and tail Commands

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, the head and tail commands are both covered. These commands enable you to view the first and last ten lines of a file. But there’s also some additional functionality that we’ll explore in this video as well.

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Linux Crash Course – The df and du Commands

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, we’ll take a look at how we can determine how much storage we have remaining, and we’ll also tackle how to determine which directories are using up the most space.

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Linux Crash Course – The dnf Command

There’s a handful of popular package managers that are used on various Linux distributions, and dnf is among the most popular. It’s the default package manager on distros such as Red Hat, CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux, Fedora, among others. In this video, we’ll explore the dnf command and see examples of basic usage.

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