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How to use the last command: 2-Minute Linux Tip

In this episode of 2-Minute Linux Tips, Sandra demonstrates the last command. It that shows recent logins – such as the last time you logged in but with the logins in reverse order.

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How to use the bc command: 2-Minute Linux Tip

In this Linux tip, learn how to use the bc command – it’s a command line calculator. You can use this command to easily solve equations.

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How to use the lsblk command: 2-Minute Linux Tip

In this episode of 2-Minute Linux Tips, learn the lsblk command. It provides information on block devices -- such as hard disks where you read and write one block of data at a time.

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What’s new in Fedora Linux

Fedora 30 arrives with support for Ansible’s Linux System Roles and a new Fedora CoreOS edition, which replaces Fedora Atomic Host

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How to use the chown command: 2-Minute Linux Tip

Learn how to use the chown command. It changes a file’s owner or both owner and group.

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How to use the chmod command: 2-Minute Linux Tips

Learn how to use the chmod command – the command for changing permissions on files. The only tricky part is understanding that there are two ways to represent file permissions.

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What is Docker? Docker containers explained

Docker helps developers build lightweight and portable software containers that simplify application development, testing, and deployment

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What is Kubernetes? Container orchestration explained

By abstracting away management complexities, Kubernetes unlocks the potential of containers

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How to run command loops: Linux Tip

Being able to run command loops is one of the features of Linux that makes it easy to automate repetitive tasks. In this 2-minute Linux tip, learn about looping -- in scripts and on the command line.

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How to use the nmcli command: Linux Tip

Nmcli is a command-line tool for controlling NetworkManager and getting the status of network interfaces. Learn about using the command on this episode of 2-Minute Linux Tips.

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Linux tip: How to use the hostnamectl command

In this Linux tip, we look at the hostnamectl command. It’s a command that provides information on a particular system – including but not limited to its hostname – and even allows you to make some changes.

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Linux tip: How to use the pstree command

In this tip, we look at the pstree command. It allows you to get a listing of running processes that clearly indicates the relationship between them.

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Sorry, Linux. Kubernetes is now the OS that matters

Linux is just plumbing. The real OS—the real value—is with Kubernetes

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Linux tip: Learn to use display release commands

In this tip, we look at commands that identify the version of Linux in use on a Linux system – the lsb_release and uname commands.

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Linux tip: Learn to use the shred command

In this Linux tip, we look at the shred command, which removes a file from a disk in a manner that is far more thorough than the rm (remove) command.

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What’s new in Ubuntu Linux 18.10 ‘Cosmic Cuttlefish’

Ubuntu 18.10 “Cosmic Cuttlefish” arrives with the Linux 4.18 kernel, the Gnome 3.30 desktop, and improved support for gaming-level graphics

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Meet Wasmjit, your future embeddable WebAssembly runtime

Wasmjit, now a proof of concept in beta, is intended to be a Linux kernel module

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Linus Torvalds: Changes in hardware change Linux development

Bugs are getting more esoteric, and hardware isn’t getting faster at the same pace it used to

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