Linux Crash Course – Desktop Environments

In the Linux Crash Course series, you’ll learn all about a Linux-related topic – one video at a time. In this episode, we explore desktop environments. What are they? How do they differ from Window Managers? Why are there so many of these? Answers to those questions (and more) in this episode of the Linux Crash Course!

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 53 – Digital Twins

By using clever infrastructure engineering strategies to increase reliability, you can minimize disruption and downtime for your organization. Another technique to consider is the concept of Digital Twin – having a full system clone/mirror you can use to test enhancements, perform a root-cause analysis, or more. In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss Digital Twins and how the concept can potentially help your organization.

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 51 – Samba in the Kernel, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?!

Adding unnecessary components to the Kernel is generally a bad idea, as it increases its threat surface. In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss a recent story that’s a perfect example of why it’s important to keep this under control. A vulnerability was recently discovered in the Linux kernel that scored the highest possible rating, and it all started when ksmbd was added.

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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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