Transferring files with the scp Command (Linux Crash Course Series)

The Linux Crash Course Series – Teaching you a valuable Linux command/skill/topic one video at a time! This time around, our journey takes us to the Secure Copy (scp) command, which you can use to copy files from one Linux instance to another via SSH. You’ll learn everything you need to know in order to get started with scp so don’t miss this video!

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The Homelab Show Episode 99 – Secondary Distro

What would you do if your daily driver distribution becomes something else entirely, and no longer fits your use-case? What would you do if your chosen distro all of a sudden went away? Although it seems unlikely, historically – this has happened. And given the fact that the Linux community is going to see a lot of changes in the near future with decisions from upstream distros – it’s never been a better time to choose a secondary distro (just in case).

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Demystifying the Top Command in Linux | Linux Crash Course Series

Welcome to another episode of the “Linux Crash Course” series! In this installment, we delve into the top command in Linux. With hands-on examples, we’ll demystify the top command, explaining its various options and parameters in a beginner-friendly manner. Learn how to monitor system resources, view running processes, and gain insights into system performance in real-time. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a solid grasp of using the top command to optimize your Linux system. Subscribe now for more Linux Crash Course tutorials and empower yourself with Linux knowledge!

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 65 – Open Source Intelligence Tools (OSINT)

Open Source Intelligence is a very interesting topic – it’s all about the things that might get unknowingly leaked, and this leaked information is perfectly legal to know and possess! The IP address that points to a domain, vacation photos on twitter, or even what you had for lunch can be used against you in order to build a profile. In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss OSINT and some tools that are commonly used to find it.

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Ubuntu 23.04 Full Review – An Attempt was Made

Ubuntu 23.04, codenamed the “Lunar Lobster” is here, and along with it comes Linux kernel 6.2 and GNOME 44. While it’s certainly nice to be able to check out the latest GNOME desktop, this release instead ends up being a good example of why non-LTS Ubuntu releases should generally be avoided.

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