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The Linux Foundation Jul 14
Do you want to get started with Linux? Unsure where to begin? Check out the free Intro to Linux course at
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The Linux Foundation Feb 19
Linux Foundation training has just passed the one million mark for people enrolled in courses on :
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The Linux Foundation Nov 24
Happy , everyone! Don't miss this great opportunity to get 60% OFF our best-selling certification and prep course bundles--- plus a limited edition swag set. Sale ends 11/29, so act NOW!
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Jen Feb 8
Really proud of this! Amazing course and looking forward to the next one!
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The Linux Foundation Oct 31
Considering a move to Linux? This new series will help you migrate from another system:
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Sander van Vugt Jul 17
LIVE Fast Track Training Courses LFCS and Linux on Azure in Vancouver - August 29-30. Register here:
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sysadmin Jul 15
Do you always forget which directories are capitalized and which aren't? I do this a lot on my mac. To get past this you can use the following command. shopt -s nocaseglob
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sysadmin Jul 15
Want to see what the top 10 process eating CPU on your system are? Here is a fun way to do it with ps aux using the whoami ps aux --sort=-%cpu | grep -m 11-v $(whoami)
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I.T Career Questions Jul 13
Future video? Maybe! Are you looking to learn more about Linux this year? Let me know I would love to find out whose interested!
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sysadmin Jul 10
Want to see who is logged in on the linux server you currently on? All you have to do is type: w then press enter.
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sysadmin Jul 10
If you need to see what process has this file open? lsof /var/log/this.log
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sysadmin Jul 10
lets continue on the lsof trail...... To see which files user bob has open you can use: lsof -u bob
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The Linux Foundation Jun 15
Aside from having many different courses to choose from, we offer many different ways to do it! Click here to view our options:
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The Linux Foundation Jun 12
Take Linux Foundation Training, Get a FREE Chromebook! Info:
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The Linux Foundation Jun 3
We're proud to provide a number of free training options to our community! Information here:
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jzemlin May 30
New from Training and : free Introduction to Open Source Networking Technologies course is now available for pre-registration. Learn more at
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The Linux Foundation May 22
Never learned Linux? Want a refresh? Take this course free or get a verified certificate for $99! via
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The Linux Foundation May 18
Why choose Linux Foundation training? Find our here:
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Sander van Vugt Apr 12
[video] Learn to perform Linux admin tasks: When and how to use sudo in Linux:
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The Linux Foundation Apr 6
Linux Foundation Certified Engineers are responsible for the design and implementation of system architecture. Jumpstart your career today with our LFCE materials!
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