In this live stream we discussed Mosquitto MQTT Broker, MTR (traceroute and ping in one tool) and the release of WordPress 5.0.
Please watch: "Cockpit (web dashboard) on Ubuntu and CentOS"

Episode 95. In this video, we look at a macOS package manager called HomeBrew, as well as installing Neofetch on both macOS and Ubuntu Linux. Neofetch is a command line utility that gives easy access to system information.

Episode 94: In this video, we take a look at the usage of Kolibri and explore some of the content we have imported. We will look at the interface from both the administrator and user point of view.

Episode 93: We take a look at the process to install Kolibri on Ubuntu 18.04 Server and start the process of importing content. Part 2 will pick up after the content is imported and go through the interface in more detail.

Episode 91: We take a look at some slight differences between Cockpit on Ubuntu and CentOS.

Episode 90: We take a first run through the VirtualBox 6.0.0 BETA 1. Get it installed on a Windows 10 machine and import an Ubuntu VM just to see how everything is going to work.

Episode 88: In the final week of NCSAM we talk about the national infrastructure and keeping it secure.

Episode 87: Investigating VBoxManage and some of what it can do. We focus on the task of exporting VMs so they can be backed up to external / off-site storage. We also go through a short script that I built to automate this task.

Episode 86: In this video, we focus on the Week 3 topic of "It's Everyone's job to ensure Online Safety at Work."

Episode 85 - Continuing our theme of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we talk about password managers that are available for different platforms. LastPass, KeePass, and KeePassXC are mentioned.

Episode 84: In this episode, I talk about the problems Microsoft had with Windows 10 1809 and how to be prepared for such a disaster by using the 3-2-1 Backup Rule.

Episode 82: Call to action during Cybersecurity Awareness Month - Inspect your devices.

We briefly go over what information you should collect about each of the devices that connect to your network.

Episode 81: A short video to introduce the topics we will be concentrating on during the month of October 2018. The NCASM topics for the month include:
1. Make your home a haven for online safety
2. Millions of Rewarding Jobs: Educating for a Career in Cybersecurity
3. It's Everyone's Job to Ensure Online Safety at Work
4. Safeguarding the Nation's Critical Infrastructure

The main focus of the month will be on topics 1 and 3, although during the designated weeks, we will be following the suggested theme to an extent.

Episode 80: We are taking a look at the current state of elementaryOS 5.0 Juno Beta 2. Please, do not use this as a production system as there are pieces which are not finalized and could change before the official 5.0 release drops.

Episode 77: Starting from a clean install of Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS, we go through the install process to get NextCloud 14 installed from scratch.

Note: At the time this video was made, the NextCloud 14 Snap package was not available.

Walkthrough for the install process:

Episode 76. This is an update video that talks about the changes coming to the channel and the topics that are coming up for the month of September 2018. Upcoming topics include NEMS Linux, XingaNAS, KALite, and Kolibri.

Episode 75: We look at NEMS Linux (Nagios Enterprise Monitoring Server for Single Board Computers) on a Raspberry Pi 3 B+ and setup a few hosts to report to Nagios.

Episode 74: Install of XigmaNAS (formerly NAS4Free) in a VirtualBox VM.

Episode 73 covers my first look at Fedora 28 Workstation.

In this video, I talk about a few of the ideas I have for upcoming videos and a return to a more regular release schedule.

In this episode, we take the base we started with, in VyOS Part 1 and expand to enable ssh, DHCP on the internal interface, and add NAT so that we are able to get to the outside world.

Install VyOS in a VirtualBox VM
Do some basic configuration so we can reach the internet

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In this episode, we take a look at the cat command. "cat" will by default dump the contents of a text file to standard output (generally the screen). We look at a few examples of different ways the cat command can be used. The command operates the same across Linux, macOS (BSD based), and Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).

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