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  • 10 Reasons why Linux is Better Than MacOS or Windows

    There are many reasons to like Windows, MacOS or Linux, but which OS offers more potential for the user in the long run? Here’s 10 reasons why Linux is better than MacOS or Windows. This video is my opinion, enjoy!

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  • Introduction To Linux

    In this ittaster video we take an introductory look at Linux, the components that make up Linux, how to get started learning Linux and also some ideas to help you set up your own Linux learning environment.
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  • Linux Tutorials [01] - Basics Of Linux Operating System

    Linux is a free and open source operating system which brings is mainly used in Servers and Supercomputers. Linux is bundled with features of Windows and Mac OS X. Since its open source, we have various linux distributions which cater to different needs of different users. Any user can make his own linux operating system too. Linux uses extended journaling filesystem.

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  • Comparing Windows 10 to Linux Mint 18.1

    In this video, I compare Windows 10 to Linux Mint, and explain why potentially switching to Linux Mint as your main operating system isn't as hard as you may think it is.

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  • Linux From Scratch 7.10 - 1: Build Your Own Operating System

    LFS allows you to build your own Linux OS. In this tutorial we get the host system ready for compiling the required packages.

    Coming from the old series? Don't Worry! I am going at a faster pace so we will quickly catch up where I left off.

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  • Linux: A Short Documentary

    A piece of personal history, one of the first videos I ever made.

    Just a short documentary piece on the Linux OS Kernel.

    Written, Directed, Edited by Jake Marugg (yours truly)
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  • Linux Operating System | Commands | Date And Time

    Linux Operating System | Commands | Date And Time

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    1) What is date command ?


    2) How To Set Date In Linux OS

    3) How To Set Time In Linux OS

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  • Linux Tutorials [01] - Basics Of Linux Operating System (Updated)

    Linux is a free and open source operating system which brings is mainly used in Servers and Supercomputers. Linux is bundled with features of Windows and Mac OS X. Since its open source, we have various linux distributions which cater to different needs of different users. Any user can make his own linux operating system too. Linux uses extended journaling filesystem.

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  • Linux Tutorial for Beginners: Learn Red Hat Linux and CentOS Free in English HD 1080p

    Use this Linux tutorial for beginners to learn Red Hat Linux and CentOS free! Get you started with the basics even if you have no experience using Linux! Take the full course free at https://uthena.com/courses/linux?ref=668a46

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    Click on a time point below to skip straight to the chapter in this free Linux tutorial series. You can see the entire table of contents for the video here!
    3:03 See why Linux is worth learning followed by a basic familiarization with the graphic user interface.
    17:46 Introduction to the free video series and how to get help with your Linux questions.
    19:26 Installing RedHat or CentOS with minimal modifications to your current system beginning with downloading, installing and configuring VirtualBox on Windows 8.1.
    31:47 Create a Red Hat virtual machine including where to download Red Hat Linux and how to install it in a virtualized environment.
    49:53 Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
    1:04:30 Completed installation process with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, rebooting, and doing post installation procedures.
    1:22:10 Installing RedHat or CentOS with a dual boot approach on Windows 8 starting with how to dual boot Red Hat and windows 8.
    1:40:52 Finished installation with dual boot and second steps to running the Linux operating system on a windows computer.
    1:49:07 Linux Graphical User Interface (GUI).
    2:02:44 Basic familiarization with Linux Graphical user interface. 1:59:12 Learning Linux file systems and the system monitor in the Linux graphical user interface. Looking at processes running and more.
    2:12:48 Basic Linux commands for beginners. Learn the Linux command line. File system navigation. Commands "ls, cd, pwd."
    2:29:03 File system commands in more detail. Change directory command in with ~.
    2:43:11 Finding files. Commands "find, locate, updatedb, man" starting with getting to know the manual.
    3:02:58 Permissions for files and and folders. Get started with "chown, chmod."
    3:16:58 Changing file and folder ownership and permissions between users. More about commands "chown, chmod."
    3:25:45 Basic Linux tasks: Move, delete and copy files. Commands "mv, rm, cp."
    3:38:44 Linux commands "grep, pipe, echo, cat."
    3:57:39 Introduction to the default packet manager for Red Hat Linux Enterprise and for CentOS called yum packet manager.
    4:17:28 Essential options used on a daily basis with the yum packet manager.
    4:31:55 Rpm packet manager.
    4:39:35 How to get more help and videos about Red Hat Linux Enterprise and CentOS. Thank you for watching!

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  • Operating Systems: Crash Course Computer Science #18

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    So as you may have noticed from last episode, computers keep getting faster and faster, and by the start of the 1950s they had gotten so fast that it often took longer to manually load programs via punch cards than to actually run them! The solution was the operating system (or OS), which is just a program with special privileges that allows it to run and manage other programs. So today, we’re going to trace the development of operating systems from the Multics and Atlas Supervisor to Unix and MS-DOS, and take at look at how these systems heavily influenced popular OSes like Linux, Windows, MacOS, and Android that we use today.

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