Connect a Domain to a Linode Server | Linux for Programmers #14
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to connect a domain to your Linode server. This is done so you can navigate directly to the domain for your website, rather than typing the IP address of the machine that’s hosting.
0:00 – Introduction
1:02 – Detach process from SSH window
2:21 – Set name servers
5:48 – Configure domain from Linode
8:05 – Outro
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Linux for Programmers #11 | Key Authentication (RSA & FTP)
In this video, we will explore the concept of secure Key Authentication using RSA private and public keys.
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