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Linux Video Tutorials - June 24, 2011

This video discusses the different ways you can use grep to search for data and return the results you need.


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Linux Video Tutorials - June 20, 2011

This video will guide you in the process of installing the Client Additions for your Virtual Box which will allow


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Linux Video Tutorials - June 20, 2011

Linux Command Chaining using cat, more, less, seq, head, tail, wc and file.


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Linux Video Tutorials - June 20, 2011

This video will discuss the different ways you can use Linux redirection and pipes.


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Linux Video Tutorials - June 20, 2011

With this video you learn how to create files, directories, and other useful utilities.


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Linux Video Tutorials - June 20, 2011

This video will cover some of the common commands that you will use to navigate through a Linux filesystem.


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Linux Video Tutorials - June 20, 2011

This video will explain the basics in using the VI “VIM” Editor.


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Linux Video Tutorials - June 20, 2011

This video will explain how to use some of the different compression utilities within Linux.


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Linux - March 17, 2011

e2label linux utility

In this tutorial you will be learning how to label your partitions. Labeling your partitions can be useful for you to easily identify what each partition is or does. It is a very simple and straightforward process. In order to label your partitions you use the e2label utility. For instance, e2label <path_to_partition> <label_name>. By convention, the label name should be the path to where you mount the partition. You can name the label anything you’d like though. […]


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Linux - March 17, 2011

linux mkfs utility format

For this tutorial I will be teaching you how to setup ext3 type filesystems on a new partition. If you have not read my tutorial on creating new partitions, then you may want to do so by clicking here. Ok assuming that you have a partition setup. Lets start by formatting the partition. In the last tutorial I created a fourth partition on the /dev/sda hard drive. So lets convert this partition to an ext3 filesystem. Lets […]


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