posted message: Posted a new video on common network utilities at courses.devblog.co. The utilities include: ping, telnet, netstat, nslookup, dig, traceroute, and whois. You can also see the series of videos at franktheprogrammer.com Let me know if you have any questions.
posted message: New video posted in courses.devblog.co and youtube on how to use the Linux Batch and At utilities. They're similar to crontabs but are used for one time events. Let me know if you have any questions.
posted message: New Tip for Today: You can use CTRL-A to put you to beginning of your line in bash, CTRL-E to put you at the end. You can also use CTRL-R to do a search through your history by keywords.
posted message: New Video Posted on LVM "Logical Volume Management". This process of creating partions will allow you to easily manage and resize partitions for your GNU/Linux Box. Find the video on http://Courses.DevBlog.co
posted message: GNU/Linux Tip: To get any list of a configuration files for a package all you need to do is use the utility `rpm -qc bash` which will give you a list of configuration files for the bash shell.
posted message: GNU/Linux Tip of the Day: Using the `watch` utility will allow you to run a command at a set interval. For instance, say you need to check the status of a process and you were using `ps -aux`. You could do `watch -n 2 'ps -aux | grep PID'` and the grep you issued would repeat every 2 seconds since we defined a 2 second interval with -n.
posted message: GNU/Linux Tip of the day: using the nohup utility followed by a command and the & will allow you to run a script immune to any hangups as a background process. Example: `nohup php script.php &` will run the script.php file as a background process while making sure there are no interruptions.
posted message: GNU/Linux Tip of the day: Using a utility `screen` can allow you to share a terminal with other people allowing easy remote interaction. http://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/442418-using-screen-for-remote-interaction
posted message: I'm really far behind right now. I will try to catch up as I can. Will the classes stay posted so those of us who's lives are waay to busy be able to keep going at our own pace? I hope so because I'm going to need it.
posted message: GNU/Linux Tip of the day: You can send messages to all users currently logged in to the system using the wall utility. Example. `wall Hi everyone` would send the message Hi everyone to everyone currently logged in.
posted message: Apart from the courses, I want to invite everyone to post what they would like to learn. We can have group discussions, regarding the topic you choose. If I get enough votes for a video on that topic, then I will also make a video walking you whatever we voted on.