Install Packet Tracer on Mac Step by Step – With Linux

Install Packet Tracer on Mac Step by Step – With Linux

hey everybody and welcome my name is Keith Gebhardt with learn tech training and in this video we’re going to learn how to setup cisco packet tracer on a Mac computer now here you can see we are running cisco packet tracer on a mac computer but you’re also noticing it’s a different operating system

How to Extend a Volume Group in Linux

How to Extend a Volume Group in Linux

Hi I am Asghar Ghori. In this video titled how to extend an album volume group I’ll show you how to add a physical volume to a volume group to add free storage of space to it this is a common task that Linux administrators are often required to perform in order to address the

AWS Systems Manager | Run Command or Script in multiple EC2 Linux instances | Live Coding with SSM

AWS Systems Manager | Run Command or Script in multiple EC2 Linux instances | Live Coding with SSM

welcome to my channel folks today I’m going to show you how you can use Amazon Systems Manager to run commands or scripts on multiple ec2 instances in this case we are going to use a couple of Linux instances which are having tags as production and test and also the operating system tag as

How to Determine Real and Effective User IDs in Linux

How to Determine Real and Effective User IDs in Linux

Hi, this is Asghar Ghori And I’m here to talk in this video about what real and effective user identities are in Linux and how to determine them? I’m gonna use my CentOS 7 system called server 1 for the demonstration portion of this video before we proceed Please note that the concept of real

Basic Linux Commands – CompTIA A+ 220-1002 – 1.9

Basic Linux Commands – CompTIA A+ 220-1002 – 1.9

Using the Linux command line is very similar to using the command line in Windows. To start the command line in Linux, there’s probably a utility called Terminal, XTerm, or something similar that will bring up a command line view in the operating system. The commands you’ll run at the command line in Linux are

Linux Tools – CompTIA A+ 220-902 – 2.1

Linux Tools – CompTIA A+ 220-902 – 2.1

Because of the openness of the Linux operating system, there are often many ways to accomplish the same task. But in this video I’ll take you through some of the more common tools that you’ll find in Linux. The Linux distribution that you’re using probably has a backup utility as part of the Linux distribution.