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Using Ansible Pull
Setting up Simple Samba File Shares
Two Ways you can Enhance your Pinebook Pro workflow with a Raspberry Pi
Syncing your Files Across ALL your Computers via Syncthing
Running Containers in the cloud with the Linode Kubernetes Engine
Setting up a Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Cluster with Ubuntu 20.04
Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM) Deep Dive Tutorial
Build a Raspberry Pi 4 Retro-Gaming Console with RetroPie
Installing the MATE Desktop on Arch Linux
Building a Low Energy Virtualization Server for Your Office/Homelab with Proxmox
Building a Low Energy Storage Server for your Office/Homelab
Building a Raspberry-Pi Storage Server with OpenMediaVault
How to Install Arch Linux
How to Install Arch Linux on LVM
How to Install Arch Linux on Encrypted LVM
Launching Ubuntu instances with Multipass
How to build your own Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Cluster
Backing Up your SD Card with Linux
Automating Linux Server Deployments with Terraform and Linode
Building Cloud images for Linode with Packer
Building a Custom Retrogaming PC with RetroPie and Ubuntu Minimal
Showing off my Custom Arch Linux Openbox Installation
Setting up your very own Cloud with Nextcloud on Linode
Managing LVM Snapshots on Arch Linux
Installing non-ESR Firefox in Debian 10
Setting up a Remote Workstation in the Cloud
Creating a Minimalistic GNOME Install on Ubuntu 18.04
Setting up MediaWiki on Ubuntu 18.04 in Linode

Getting Started with Ansible:

Ansible is an incredible configuration management and provisioning utility that enables you to automate all the things. In this series, you'll learn everything you need to know in order to use Ansible for your day-to-day administration duties.

Episode Number Title
01 Introduction
02 SSH overview & Setup
03 Setting up the Git Repo
04 Executing ad-hoc Commands
05 Running elevated Commands
06 Writing our first Playbook
07 The "when" Conditional
08 Improving your Playbook
09 Targeting Specific Nodes
10 Tags
11 Managing Files
12 Managing Services
13 Managing Users
14 Roles
15 Host Variables
16 Templates

Getting Started with Arch Linux:

The Arch Linux Beginners Guide takes you through the creation of your very own Arch Linux installation, all the way up to the desktop environment, and beyond.

Episode Number Title
01 Introduction
02 Starting the Installation
03 Finishing the Installation
04 Installing Desktop Environments
05 The sudo command
06 Managing Packages
07 The Arch User Repository (AUR)
08 Process Management
09 Basic Security

Coding in Python:

The Python series takes you from being a complete beginner and gets into more advanced content as you go along.

Episode Number Title
01 Introduction
02 The Python Shell
03 More about Strings
04 Setting up Variables
05 Lists and Dictionaries
06 Converting Data Types
07 Additional String Methods
08 The Help Function
09 Writing Scripts
10 Comments and Style
11 Functions
12 Local vs Global Variables
13 User Input
14 If Statements
15 While Loops
16 For Loops
17 Tuples
18 The OS Module
19 More OS Module Fun
20 Subprocess
21 Exception Handling
22 Working with Files
23 Virtual Environments
24 Serving a Web Page