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How to Install Nextcloud on an Ubuntu Server | Install Nextcloud from Scratch on Linode
In this tutorial, Jay LaCroix shows you how to install Nextcloud on an Ubuntu server from scratch. While Linode offers an easy One-Click Nextcloud install option, setting up Nextcloud from scratch allows you to further customize your instance.
The Kubernetes Opportunity for MSPs | Interview With a Linode Solutions Engineer
More from the 2022 Kubecon Conference. In this interview, Linode Solutions Engineer, Billy Thompson, explains how MSPs (Managed Service Providers) are taking advantage of Kubernetes to grow their business.
S3 Object Storage Simply Explained | Linode Object Storage
In this video, we'll explain Linode’s S3 compatible Object Storage. Linode Object Storage is a globally-available, S3-Compatible storage solution, maintaining the same performance as your data grows, with no Virtual Machines required.
Everything You Need to Know About sudo | Linux Essentials Tutorial
Sudo is a fundamental Linux command that allows a system administrator to delegate authority to give certain users, or groups of users, the ability to run commands as root or another user. In this video, we'll cover the basics of sudo and how it works.
The htop Command | Linux Essentials Tutorial
In Linux, the top command is used to view a server’s processor activity in real-time. The htop command is an alternative to top, offering an easier interface featuring color, mouse operation, the ability to scroll through processes. In this video, we'll show how htop is overall more intuitive, although providing similar output as the regular top command.
Linode GPU Instances | GPU compute for Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and More
In this video, we'll explain Linode’s GPU instances. Scientists, artists, and engineers need access to significant parallel computational power. Linode offers GPU-optimized virtual machines accelerated by the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000, harnessing the power of CUDA, Tensor, and RT cores to execute complex processing, deep learning, and ray tracing workloads.
Cockpit | An Easy to Use Web GUI for Your Linux Servers
Cockpit gives you a GUI for your server, which can be accessed via a web browser. Cockpit makes it easy to start containers, administer storage, configure networks, inspect logs, and perform system tasks with a mouse. You can think of Cockpit like a graphical “desktop interface”, but for individual servers.