In this video, we'll take a look at using git for version control of files. Git is handy for keeping track of edits to code and gives you the ability to clone other repositories, or publish to your own. Git is very popular with developers and programers, but can be used for almost anything text-related.
In this Linux for programmers tutorial, we're going to be discussing some common Linux text editors, and how to use them. The two text editors that come by default with Ubuntu are Vim and Nano, which we'll be going over at length. At the end of the video, I'll very quickly show you the Emacs text editor in case you care to use it.
Advanced Package Tool, more commonly known as APT, is a package management system for Debian, Ubuntu, and other similar Linux distributions. This video aims to walk you through using APT and its command-line tools to perform common functions related to package management.
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.