Recently, Jay had a chance to check out the latest version of Crunchbang++, a lightweight Linux distribution based on Debian. Version 12 sees the distro rebase on Debian Bookworm, giving users the latest Debian stable base with a well polished OpenBox implementation. Check out all the info in this review!
There’s a multitude of ways you can lose money in Las Vegas, but this time it’s not from gambling. In this episode, Jay and Joao will discuss a recent and still developing story where MGM was the target of what appears to be a ransomware attack.
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In the 60th episode of the Linux Crash Course series, you’ll learn some easy-to-use commands you can use to inspect hardware. These commands will help you list PCI devices, view information about your CPU, and more!
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In this episode, Jay and Joao talk about two recent news developments that may have important implications on the overall industry. First, In response to Microsoft’s recent Azure debacle, a US Senator calls for a probe to look into the matter. Second, our main story is yet another facepalm worthy idea from Google that aims to add “integrity” to our browsers, but it’s oddly lacking in said integrity and almost completely devoid of common sense. Google’s “Web Integrity Protection” seems to protect only their ad dollars while making browsing more tedious for the end-user. Will it pass? What is it exactly? Jay and Joao have all the answers in this episode!
In this video, Jay shows off some of the services that run in his homelab! This time around, we’ll take a look at TrueNAS, Proxmox, and even get a sneak peak at the provisioning solution known internally as “NodeForge”. This is more of an introductory video, additional videos will be considered for diving into even more detail!
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The ongoing saga with Red Hat continues, and now that some time has passed since their controversial announcement, we now have statements from other distributions, including (but not limited to) Oracle and SUSE. In this episode, Jay and Joao talk about the recent developments on this story, and also touch on some trouble that Fortigate has been having nowadays.
The rsync command is kind of like a “swiss army knife” of file transfer utilities. With a wealth of options available, it’s easily one of the best methods of moving files around. In this video, Jay goes over the finer points of the rsync command, with an emphasis on the most important options you should know for day-to-day usage.
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The passwd command is what you use to change your password on your Linux system, but did you know you can also use it to change the password of other users, lock accounts, and view statistics? In this video, you’ll learn about the
passwd command – and there may even be a new thing or two to learn even if you’re already familiar with the command.