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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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Bzip2 is one of the options for compressing files on Unix-like operating systems. In this video, we go through a few examples of using it from the command line.

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Intro and demo of apt-get command for Debian based Linux distributions

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The apropos command will search man files on Unix-like systems (Linux, macOS, Windows Subsystem for Linux) and return commands or command descriptions that match the entered search string.

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In this video, we go through an install of Splunk on a fresh Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server VM connected via SSH.

In this short format video, we take a look at the alias command which will work on *nix (Linux, BSD, macOS), Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), as well as Windows PowerShell

Uname is a command on *nix systems that will allow you to collect information about the system from the command line

In this episode, we take a look around the XCP-NG type 1 hypervisor, using the XCP-Center client. We will also show the initial setup pieces for starting the VM installation process.

In this episode we add groups and users to shares, and make the shares accessible only to the desired users/groups.

In this video I go over several of the devices impacted by VPNFilter, and make recommendations on action to be taken.

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In this episode, we spin up a Turnkey Linux vTiger CRM appliance in VirtualBox and import our first file of data.

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In this video we upgrade an existing PiHole installation to use FTLDNS instead of DNSMasq. WARNING: This does take you into the development branch, and will not be supported.

In this episode, we install a fresh Ubuntu 18.04 Server, install NextCloud from the snap package, and install the NextCloud desktop client on Linux, macOS, and Windows.

Tutorial on the default firewall (ufw) for Ubuntu and Ubuntu-derived distributions. We start with entering firewall rules from the command line and finish out the video installing gufw the graphical front-end for ufw, and entering rules there.

We continue our look at LibreOffice Writer formatting options.

A look at the newly released Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. We go through an install in VirtualBox and hit some highlights of the customized Gnome interface

Unbagging the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

In this video, we take a brief look a LibreOffice Writer 6.0. We edit a quick document and go over some of the options available when saving a document in LibreOffice Writer.

In this short video, we will write an SD card for a Raspberry Pi using Etcher. This basic procedure is the same regardless of which OS you wish to transfer to the SD card.

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Today, we take a look at Linux Lite OS 3.8, which is based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and using an XFCE desktop

This video shows how to test your DNS and how to change it from the defaults give out by your internet provider. Discussed are Quad9, Cloudflare DNS, Google DNS and OpenDNS.

Expected Viewer Level: Beginner to Intermediate

This video shows how to update software that has been installed using Chocolatey - a package manager for Windows that is similar in function to apt-get, yum and dnf on Linux.

Suggested Viewer Experience: Intermediate

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