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How To Host Twitter Bots
Twitter bots are a great way to practice using an API and developing some coding skills along the way. You can usually get the bot going for under 100 lines of code, so it’s especially good for beginners. In this tutorial, PJ Metz shows you how to use Node.js to have your bot tweeting in no time.
Linux for Programmers #6
In this Linux for programmers video, Tech with Tim will be going over some common Linux networking commands that you should know as a programmer when using a Linux machine. This is a brief overview of some basic Linux networking commands.
Ant Media Server Tutorial
Ant Media Server is Highly Scalable Live Video Streaming Platform with ultra low latency. It supports WebRTC live streaming, in addition to CMAF and HLS streaming. In this video, we'll show you the easiest way to get Started with Ant Media Server on Linode
The sed Command
The traditional Unix utility sed makes it possible to manipulate strings and streams of text from the command line without using a text editing application. In this video tutorial, we'll show how sed is used in a number of different contexts.
How to Use the rsync Command
Rsync is a command line utility which synchronizes files and folders from one location to another. In this tutorial, we'll cover the basics of rsync including examples and common uses.
Linux Package Management
Different Linux distributions use different package managers to install software. In this tutorial, we'll demonstrate how to use the package managers included in Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, and Arch Linux.
Adhoc Ansible Commands
In this video, you’ll learn about several Ansible adhoc commands which are run from the command line, outside of a playbook. These commands run on one or more managed nodes and are meant to perform a simple or quick task.
Apache Basics Tutorial
Apache remains the most popular software for publishing websites on the Internet. This highly configurable, stable server is capable of handling the web serving needs of small and large sites alike. In this tutorial, we'll cover installing Apache2 from scratch, and go over some of the most common web server commands and configurations.
Email is something most of us use every day, but have you ever wondered how it really works? In this video, we'll explain some of the different protocols and servers involved in sending Email.
How To Create Your Own Mastodon Server
Mastodon is a free, decentralized, and open source social network alternative to Twitter. Unlike Twitter, there is no single central authority and store for content on the network. This video will guide you through hosting your own Mastodon server using Cloudron.
How To Manage Linux Services with systemctl and journalctl
As a System Administrator, it's important to have control over what is running on your server. In this video, we'll show you how to use the commands systemctl and journalctl to manage and log the services that are running on your Linux server.
Using Linux Man Pages
Linux Manual (man) pages give descriptions and usage examples for commands, right in your terminal. This video will show you how to navigate man pages so that you can find the answer to any Linux command question you might have.
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