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the dev directory in linux - "/dev/" - the linux file system


a quick overview of the dev directory in linux

Setting Up a Linux Machine For Development


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Top 6 Best Linux Distros For PROGRAMMING & DEVELOPERS in 2022


Find Out - Top 6 Best Linux Distros For Programming Or Coding 2022 Edition. Are you in search of finding, best Linux Distros For Programming Or Coding in Rust, Python, Java, C, Java Script or even wanted to learn machine learning & you stuck at choosing which linux distribution is best for programming in 2022 ? Well, Don’t worry, This video shows the top 6 best linux distributions or distros for programming & developers in 2022. 🙏 *Support ME* 🙏 ↪ 🤍 There are tons of Linux Distros out there in the market which leads to confusion to choose which linux OS is best for programming. Out of the in numerous linux distributions in the market which provides a support and services for different users, I have chosen some of the best Linux Distros for programmers that suits them for coding & learning. These Linux Distros also suit for beginners who wanted to explore and gain some knowledge regarding linux operation system. So, these are My Favourite Top 6 the best Linux Distros For programming Or Coding in 2022 . _ *DOWNLOADS* _ ↪ Linux Mint - 🤍 ↪ Arch Linux - 🤍 ↪ OpenSuse - 🤍 ↪ Kali Linux - 🤍 ↪ Ubuntu - 🤍 ↪ Fedora - 🤍 *Watch Other Tech Videos* Dual Boot Arch Linux and Windows - 🤍 Install Rocky Linux ON M1 Mac With UTM ↪ 🤍 Install ubuntu On m1 Mac ↪ 🤍 Install ChromeOS Flex On Any PC / Laptop ↪ 🤍 Microsoft New Linux is Here ↪ 🤍 Install Android 12 On any Smartphone ↪ 🤍 Ubuntu 21.10 Brand New Features ↪ 🤍 Microsoft Windows 11 Top Features ↪ 🤍 Top 10 Best Terminal Apps For Linux ↪ 🤍 MacBook Pro With Gnome 40 & Fedora 34 ↪ 🤍 Install Bpytop On Linux ↪ 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 USB Boot ↪ 🤍 Install Gnome 40 On Ubuntu ↪ 🤍 Best Linux Distros For Windows Users ↪ 🤍 Dual boot Windows 10 & Pop OS ↪ 🤍 Linux Mint Vs Ubuntu Ultimate Speed Test ↪ 🤍 Gnome 40 Full Feature List ↪ 🤍 Install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS On LIVE USB / SSD With Persistent Storage - 🤍 Learn Dual boot More In-depth From Scratch Like Installing Windows & Ubuntu on an Empty Drive watch this 🤍 _ © KSK ROYAL MereSai

Linux Devices & Hardware (Linux+ Objective 1.1.3)


We've already learned that everything in Linux is a file but in this video we learn about the specific device types that are created in the /dev folder. That includes some special virtual character devices, namely: /dev/zero /dev/null & /dev/urandom We then look at how to identify the actual underlying hardware connected to the system, and a few extra $RANDOM bonus things along the way. This is part of our CompTIA Linux+ series, and even if you're not interested in certification, is a great way to learn the nitty gritty bits of a Linux operating system. The Linux+ objectives are available here: 🤍 #Linux #CompTIA #XK0_005

How to use /dev/null: 2-Minute Linux Tips


In this Linux tip, learn how to use the /dev/null tool. You can send your outputs to /dev/null and it simply disappears. This is helpful when a command’s output isn’t interesting and you don't need to see it. Follow Sandra on Twitter: 🤍 Follow TECH(talk) for the latest tech news and discussion! ­ SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 IDG ENTERPRISE WEBSITES Computerworld: 🤍 CIO: 🤍 CSO: 🤍 InfoWorld: 🤍 Network World: 🤍

Linux File System/Structure Explained!


Ever get confused where to find things in Linux and where programs get installed? I'll explain what all the folders are for, and what's in them! (CLICK \/ SHOW MORE! \/ ) If you're interested in what Linux is in general, along with how you use it and its components, check out my video "What is Linux?" : 🤍 00:00 Start 02:35 /bin 02:50 /sbin 03:22 /boot 03:31 /cdrom 03:38 /dev 04:14 /etc 05:12 /lib, /lib32, /lib64 05:28 /mnt, /media 06:31 /opt 06:59 /proc 08:08 /root 08:31 /run 08:53 /snap 09:08 /srv 09:28 /sys 09:51 /tmp 10:34 /usr 11:48 /var 12:15 /home My Patreon : 🤍 Music by MrGamer (🤍AndreasRohdin): 🤍 How and Where to backup your files : 🤍 NOTES : For MacOS and BSD, I know MacOS's history involved a lot more such as NeXTSTEP/Mach OS/BSD/Darwin etc, but I only mentioned BSD because more people have heard of it and I didn't want to get into the whole evolution of Mac to keep the video shorter. I hope you enjoy this video on Linux Directories and File Structure Explained! Thanks for watching! #Linux #Linuxfilestructure #Linuxfilesystem

Linux Directories Explained in 100 Seconds


Linux is a cryptic labyrinth of directories defined my Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS). Learn the purpose of the most common Linux directories in 100 seconds 🤍 00:00 Filesystem Hierarchy Standard 00:10 / 00:15 /bin 00:30 /sbin 00:38 /lib 00:42 /usr/bin 00:54 /usr/local/bin 01:05 PATH 01:20 /etc 01:34 /home 01:58 /boot 02:02 /dev 02:12 /opt 02:17 /var 02:24 /tmp 02:29 /proc #linux #dev #100SecondsOfCode Linux 🤍 FHS 🤍 Install the quiz app 🤓 iOS 🤍 Android 🤍 Upgrade to Fireship PRO at 🤍 Use code lORhwXd2 for 25% off your first payment. My VS Code Theme - Atom One Dark - vscode-icons - Fira Code Font

How to Setup a Docker Based Linux Development Environment


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Why I don't dual-boot Linux ("Linux is free, if you don't value your time.")


Ex-Google TheTechLead takes you and his mechanized dog Sunny on a walk to answer your #1 question. But the answer to Life is not so simple as "Linux." Don't get me wrong Linux is my choice for web & database backend servers. But, don't confuse a backend for a frontend unless the only thing you care about are backends. The funny thing is, as soon as you tell me (and quite proudly, I might add) that you primarily run Linux, I already know a ton about you. I know that you have no artistic ability that you're not into full-stack or front-end dev (no photoshop), you're not a photographer (no lightroom), and you're not into video editing (no premiere). I know you're not a software entrepreneur, as you would have needed full-stack development for that. I know you're not into remote collaboration with Google Drive (and Dropbox support is being ended soon). I know you're not an iOS developer (no XCode), or mobile developer at all (which generally requires Photoshop). I know you haven't honed your UX/product sense. Even if you dual-boot, I know you're in pain and will probably lose a bunch of data one day and have no idea what happened. You see that? In your search for "freedom," you have boxed yourself in like a caged rat. Join me in DeFi Pro and make passive income with crypto. 🤍 Join ex-Google/ex-Facebook engineers for my coding interview training: 🤍 💻 100+ Videos of programming interview problems explained: 🤍 📷 Learn how to build a $1,000,000+ business on YouTube: 🤍 💻 Sign up for my FREE daily coding interview practice: 🤍 🛒 All my computer/camera gear: 🤍 ⌨️ My favorite keyboards: 🤍 🎉 Party up: 🤍 🤍 Disclosure: Some links are affiliate links to products. I may receive a small commission for purchases made through these links. #techlead

Creating and Formatting Partitions with FDISK and mkfs - BASH - Linux


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HP DEV ONE: is this Linux laptop a THINKPAD KILLER?


Download the State of Enterprise Linux Security Management Report here: 🤍 Grab a brand new laptop or desktop running Linux:🤍 👏 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: Get access to an exclusive weekly podcast, vote on the next topics I cover, and get your name in the credits: YOUTUBE: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Or, you can donate whatever you want: 🤍 🏆 FOLLOW ME ELSEWHERE: Linux news in Youtube Shorts format: 🤍 Join us on our Discord server: 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Mastodon: 🤍 Pixelfed: 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 📷 GEAR I USE: Sony Alpha A6600 Mirrorless Camera: 🤍 Sigma 56mm Fixed Prime Lens: 🤍 Logitech MX Master 3 Mouse: 🤍 Bluetooth Space Grey Mac Keyboard: 🤍 Logitech Brio 4K Webcam: 🤍 LG Curved Ultrawide Monitor: 🤍 Logitech White Speakers: 🤍 Xbox Controller: 🤍 *Amazon Links are affiliate codes and generate small commissions to support the channel* This video is distributed under the Creative Commons Share Alike license. 00:00 Intro 01:11 Sponsor: Get a free study on the state of Linux security 02:14 Build Quality 04:17 Display, Keyboard, Nub, Trackpad 08:46 Performance and battery life 11:28 Software Integration 14:13 Accessories 15:45 Buy or not? 16:50 Support the channel The Dev One is a device that targets developers. It's made out of aluminium, and the chassis is very rigid, with almost no deck flex at all. The device itself has a wedge shape, and it's pretty thin, at less than 2cm at its thickest point. It weighs less than 1.5 kilograms, although it does feel relatively heavy and solid. The screen is covered in glass, and so it's pretty reflective and susceptible to fingerprints. It's 14 inch, at 1920 by 1080, and it can go up to 1000 nits of brightness. The bezels are relatively large for today's standards, but they're nothing to complain about, and the top one hosts a 720p webcam, with a privacy shutter included, which is cool, no need for duct tape or post it notes. The webcam is your usual potato quality, it's not full HD, it's a bit grainy, and it doesn't handle lighting very well. The microphone isn't bad at all though. Let's move on to the I/O. On the left side, you have your kensington lock, and 2 USB A ports that go up to 5 Gigabits per second, as well as the holy headphone jack. On the right side, you have the port for the barrel charger included in the box, an HDMI 2.0 port, and 2 USB C 10 Gigabit per second that also support display port and charging. The speakers are really good, and don't distort at all, even on max volume. The keys feel solid, very stable, and actuate well, even the spacebar when you press it on the very side. They included a little nub as well. The touchpad appropriately has 2 buttons on top, so you can click while using the nub, but that unfortunately reduces the surface for touchpad users like me, an there is no clickable middle button. Still, that touchpad is really, really good. In terms of internals, the Dev One only comes in one configuration: a Ryzen 7 PRO 5850U, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of storage. The CPU is 8 core, 16 threads, and has a base clock of 1.9Ghz, up to 4.4Ghz when boosting. It's a very, very powerful beast indeed, with a geekbench score of 1550 in singlecore and 7707 in multi core. As per battery life, I left the laptop on a youtube loop with firefox, over wifi, at mid brightness, and it lasted for 8h30 hours before shutting down. On a more typical workload, I used it to write scripts, using firefox and nextcloud notes, listening to music, with wifi on, a bluetooth mouse, and mid brightness, and it lasted for 7 hours. Ok, let's move on to the software. The dev One runs popOS 22.04, and there's been a lot of work done by both teams on that front. The integration goes up to the support as well: just like a System76 laptop, you can create a support ticket right from the settings, and HP has a dedicated support team for that device to ensure things run smoothly, with a process to pass on tickets to system76 if they're software related. There are some kinks to the software, though: first you have to agree to a license agreement to use the device. Then, there's the analytics. It's completely opt-in and not enabled by default. The Dev One can be purchased with 2 accessories. The Hp Wireless Creator Mouse, and the launch keyboard from System76.

Linux Commands for DevOps | Linux Essentials for DevOps | Linux Tutorial | Edureka


DevOps Certification Courses - 🤍 This Edureka session on ‘Linux Commands for DevOps’ covers the most frequently used Linux commands in DevOps. It also covers basics of Shell scripting and few Git commands. This Session will focus on pointers like: 0:29 What is Linux? 1:38 Why is Linux preferred? 3:03 Linux Commands 1:02:52 Shell Scripting basics 1:07:04 Git commands Check out our Playlist: 🤍 Blog Series: 🤍 Do subscribe to our channel and hit the bell icon to never miss an update from us in the future: 🤍 𝐄𝐝𝐮𝐫𝐞𝐤𝐚 𝐃𝐞𝐯𝐎𝐩𝐬 𝐓𝐫𝐚𝐢𝐧𝐢𝐧𝐠𝐬- 🔵DevOps Online Training: 🤍 🔵Kubernetes Online Training: 🤍 🔵Docker Online Training: 🤍 🔵AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Online Training: 🤍 🔵Azure DevOps (Az-400) Online Training: 🤍 𝐄𝐝𝐮𝐫𝐞𝐤𝐚 𝐃𝐞𝐯𝐨𝐩𝐬 𝐌𝐚𝐬𝐭𝐞𝐫𝐬 𝐏𝐫𝐨𝐠𝐫𝐚𝐦 🔵DevOps Engineer Masters Program: 🤍 -𝐄𝐝𝐮𝐫𝐞𝐤𝐚 𝐔𝐧𝐢𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐬𝐢𝐭𝐲 𝐏𝐫𝐨𝐠𝐫𝐚𝐦 🌕 Post Graduate Program in DevOps with Purdue University: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Slideshare: 🤍 Podcast :  🤍   #Edureka #DevopsEdureka #LinuxCommandsForDevOps #DevOps #DevOpsCertificationTraining How it Works? 1. This Certification Training courses span over a duration of 4-16 Weeks. 2. We have a 24x7 One-on-One LIVE Technical Support to help you with any problems you might face or any clarifications you may require during the course. 3. At the end of the training you will be working on a real time project for which we will provide you a Grade and a Verifiable Certificate About These Courses Edureka’s DevOps online training is designed to help you master key tools of Devops lifecycle like Docker, Puppet, Jenkins, Nagios, GIT, Ansible, SaltStack and Chef used by a DevOps Engineer for automating multiple steps in SDLC. During this course, our expert DevOps instructors will help you: 1. Understand the concepts and necessities of DevOps 2. Understand the need for DevOps and the day-to-day real-life problems it resolves 3. Learn installation and configuration of common infrastructure servers like Apache, and Nginx for the Enterprise 4. Learn popular DevOps tools like Jenkins, Puppet, Chef, Ansible, SaltStack, Nagios and GIT 5. Implement automated system update, installations and deployments 6. Learn Virtualization Concepts 7. Configuration deployment and packaging, continuous integration using GIT 8. Fine tune Performance and set-up basic Security for Infrastructure 9. Manage server operations using Code which is popularly known as Infrastructure as a Code 10. Understand the need for and concepts of Monitoring and Logging. Along with the above-mentioned topics, to help you master the most popular DevOps tools, you will also receive 3 additional self-paced courses including presentations, class recordings, assignments, solutions for the following tools: 1: Ansible - Covers Introduction, Setup Configuration, Ansible Playbooks, 37 Ansible Modules, Different Roles and Command Line usage. 2: Chef - Covers Introduction, Building the Cook Book, Node Object & Search, Data-bags, Chef environment, Roles, Deploying Nodes in Production and using the Open Source Chef Server. 3: Puppet - Covers Puppet Infrastructure; run-cycle, the Puppet Language, Environment defining Nodes and Modules, Provisioning a Web Server and Executing Modules Against A Puppet Master.  Who should go for this course? DevOps practitioners are among the highest paid IT professionals today, and the market demand for them is growing rapidly. With emergence of new job roles around DevOps philosophy, anyone aspiring to get into these new roles, can take up this DevOps course. Some of these roles are: 1. DevOps Architect 2. Automation Engineer 3. Software Tester 4. Security Engineer 5. Integration Specialist 6. Release Manager  - Got a question on the topic? Please share it in the comment section below and our experts will answer it for you. For more information, please write back to us at sales🤍 or call us at IND: 9606058406 / US: 18338555775 (toll free).

Solving Linux DevOps Issues with OVER 1000 CORES!


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Why wasn't Windows built on top of Unix? | One Dev Question with Larry Osterman


A new video from Larry Osterman, Principal Software Design Engineer: Hey Larry, why wasn't Windows built on top of Unix? Thankfully, you can learn more about both #Windows and #Unix/#Linux programming on MicrosoftLearn (🤍

30 Linux Kernel Developer Workspaces in 30 Weeks: Steve Rostedt


Steve walks us through his workspace in quite a bit of detail. See how a Linux kernel developer lives, works and plays. More profiles at 🤍

Getting Started with Linux Game Development (Steam Dev Days 2014)


This talk is targeted at Windows Steam developers that are interested in preparing their games to run on Linux. It will cover available tools, the basic porting flowchart, and common problems and their solutions. Speaker: Ryan Gordon (Icculus) Slides (PDF): 🤍 Slides (PowerPoint): 🤍

STM32 dev board first steps (linux)


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Why Linux Is Better For Programming


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BEST Web Dev Setup? Windows & Linux at the same time (WSL)


Setup the ultimate Web Development environment with Windows and Linux 🐧 using WSL. Make the command line look cool, then add node, git, docker, and more. 🤍 #webdev #windows #linux Install the quiz app 🤓 iOS 🤍 Android 🤍 Upgrade to Fireship PRO at 🤍 Use code lORhwXd2 for 25% off your first payment. My VS Code Theme - Atom One Dark - vscode-icons - Fira Code Font

A Senior Developer's Linux Setup


In this video, I will recreate my Linux software development environment from scratch, as a senior software engineer with 10+ years of experience. I will create a Linux based system that suits my software design, architecture, and development needs. I also need some business tools, so I will add them to the mix. Outline of this video: * 0:00 Why Linux * 1:26 Which Linux Distro * 2:00 Package Manager * 2:38 Developer and Productivity Tools * 3:58 IDE and Text Editor * 4:24 Demo: Doing Some Open-Source on GitHub * 5:12 Demo: Working with IntelliJ and Visual Studio Code * 5:55 Conclusion You might be asking, "Why Linux?" When we hire new junior developers to our startup company, they always start by asking the same. My answer is always static. Just go with Linux if you don't have a specific choice of OS. Mastering Linux will prepare you for backend and DevOps tasks, so you won't get stuck and frontend development. Linux is an essential tool for a full-stack software engineer and crucial in scientific fields like data science, physics, and math. In this video, we will create a full Linux development setup. And I will top it off with two live demos. First, I will use my brand-new system to contribute to open source. Then I will demonstrate how I use IntelliJ for my projects. All of this will take around 5 minutes. My "Cleanest Linux Productivity and Development Environment using Manjaro Linux" video which compares Windows to macOS to Linux in productivity: * 🤍 My "Automating My YouTube Uploads Using Node.js" video which will show you how I will use my new Linux machine for designing and developing software: * 🤍 You can get Manjaro Linux ISOs here: * 🤍 * 🤍 (install guide) My Software Engineering Playlist: * 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - 🤍 🤍 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - Note: I must note that as a senior software engineer, my needs in software is much broader than starters. I need a software development suite and lots of design, diagramming, and other office productivity tools. This is the natural progression of a senior engineer; you get more involved in the design, architecture, and business side of things as time goes on. So, today we will tap into a lot of tools to create the ultimate Linux based setup. Finally, we will make some contributions to the QuanticDev GitHub repo using this brand-new setup. As always, I highly recommend Manjaro Linux for all development and productivity use cases. It is basically Arch Linux with a nice UI for most parts of the system, including most configurations. It has XFCE, Gnome, i3 and many other variants. Start with the default XFCE, and later you can switch to something more advanced like i3, or just keep everything as is.

Trying out some Deadly Linux Commands part 1


There are a selection of Terminal Commands in Linux that we're told are Deadly to run, but just how lethal are they? In this video I try out a selection of them in VirtualBox with Ubuntu 15.10. Part 2: 🤍 0:20 Fork Bomb 1:47 rm -rf / 2:17 Disguised rm -rf / 2:26 mkfs.ext4 /dev/sda1 3:14 dd if=/dev/random of=/dev/sda 4:04 mv / /dev/null 4:28 rm -f /usr/bin/sudo;rm -f /bin/su Wallpaper: 🤍?i=Neon-Kubuntu

How To Use The DD Command in Linux


The dd command in Linux is a utility for copying and converting files and has many practical uses. In this video we go over a few of the most important ones. Commands used in this video Wipe a drive dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/sdb bs=1M conv=noerror for n in `seq 7`; do dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/sdb bs=1M conv=notrunc,noerror; done Backing up and restoring an entire disk or a partition dd if=/dev/sdb of=/dev/sdc bs=1M conv=noerror Creating a compressed disk image dd if=/dev/sdb | gzip -c {right angle bracket} /tmp/testdisk.img.gz dd if=/dev/sdb | gzip -c - | ssh user🤍local dd of=image.gz gzip -dc /tmp/testdisk.img.gz | dd of=/dev/sdb Create a bootable USB Drive dd if=~/Downloads/linuxmint-20-xfce-64bit.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=1M File carving dd if=/dev/shm/test.txt of=/dev/shm/test2.txt skip=5 bs=1 dd if=/dev/shm/test.txt of=/dev/shm/test2.txt skip=5 bs=1 count=8 Follow me: SecureRandom on YouTube - 🤍 SecureRandom on LBRY / Odysee - 🤍

Linux Tutorial Series - 143 - Device files


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Why I Code on Linux Instead of Windows


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This PS4 runs Linux now...


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Linux vs Windows Round 0: A Microsoft Dev Builds the Linux Kernel


Retired Microsoft Windows NT developer Davepl takes you on a tour of the Windows Subsystem for Linux v2 and shows you how to build and deploy your own custom Linux kernel. I get a lot of questions about which keyboard I'm using as well as various other camera and studio equipment questions, so here are the highlights: CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Cherry MX Blue Switches) 🤍 Sony FX3 or A7SIII Cameras 🤍 🤍 Aputure 120D Mark II Light and Light Dome II Mini 🤍 🤍 Glide Gear TMP100 Prompter 🤍

I'm a Linux developer. Why should I use WSL? | One Dev Question


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Interview with a GNU/Linux user - Partition 1


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KDE Dev Reacts To Linus' New Linux Video! And tries some of the challenges!


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Linux for Game Development


A follow up to my earlier video on choosing between Mac and Windows for game development. So many comments were "What about Linux"... Well this video is what about Linux... The strengths and weaknesses of using the Linux operating systems for game development. Timeline: 0:00 Introduction 0:53 Why Linux Wasn't In the Earlier Video 3:06 Strengths of Linux for Game Development 5:55 Weaknesses of Linux for Game Development 10:40 Game Development Software on Linux 12:59 Game Development Software NOT on Linux 15:52 Conclusion and gratuitous penguin footage

KDE Dev Reacts To Linus' Linux Video.. But It's Actually Rather Boring!


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Chef vs Puppet vs Ansible vs Saltstack | Configuration Management Tools | DevOps Tools | Simplilearn


🔥 Enrol for FREE DevOps Course & Get your Completion Certificate: 🤍 This "Chef vs Puppet vs Ansible vs Saltstack" comparison video will compare the DevOps configuration management tools Chef, Puppet, Ansible and Saltstack in terms of their capabilities, architecture, performance, ease of setup, language, scalability and pros and cons. Below are the contents of our "Chef vs Puppet vs Ansible vs Saltstack" configuration management tools comparison video: 1) Need for Configuration Management Tools ( 1:22 ) 2) Chef - Infrastructure, Architecture, Pros and Cons ( 1:40 ) 3) Puppet- Infrastructure, Architecture, Pros and Cons ( 3:50 ) 4) Ansible - Infrastructure, Architecture, Pros and Cons ( 5:06 ) 5) Saltstack - Infrastructure, Architecture, Pros and Cons ( 7:07 ) 6) Comparison on the basis of architecture, ease of setup, language, scalability, management and interoperability ( 8:33 ) To learn more about DevOps, subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 To have access to our slides: 🤍 Watch more videos on DevOps: 🤍 #Chef #Puppet #Ansible #Saltstack #ConfigurationManagement #DevOpsTutorial #DevOpsTraining #DevOpsTools #Simplilearn Simplilearn's DevOps Certification Training Course will prepare you for a career in DevOps, the fast-growing field that bridges the gap between software developers and operations. You’ll become an expert in the principles of continuous development and deployment, automation of configuration management, inter-team collaboration and IT service agility, using modern DevOps tools such as Git, Docker, Jenkins, Puppet and Nagios. DevOps jobs are highly paid and in great demand, so start on your path today. Why learn DevOps? Simplilearn’s DevOps training course is designed to help you become a DevOps practitioner and apply the latest in DevOps methodology to automate your software development lifecycle right out of the class. You will master configuration management; continuous integration deployment, delivery and monitoring using DevOps tools such as Git, Docker, Jenkins, Puppet and Nagios in a practical, hands-on and interactive approach. The DevOps training course focuses heavily on the use of Docker containers, a technology that is revolutionizing the way apps are deployed in the cloud today and is a critical skillset to master in the cloud age. After completing the DevOps training course you will achieve hands-on expertise in various aspects of the DevOps delivery model. The practical learning outcomes of this Devops training course are: An understanding of DevOps and the modern DevOps toolsets The ability to automate all aspects of a modern code delivery and deployment pipeline using: 1. Source code management tools 2. Build tools 3. Test automation tools 4. Containerization through Docker 5. Configuration management tools 6. Monitoring tools Who should take this course? DevOps career opportunities are thriving worldwide. DevOps was featured as one of the 11 best jobs in America for 2017, according to CBS News, and data from shows that DevOps Managers earn as much as $122,234 per year, with DevOps engineers making as much as $151,461. DevOps jobs are the third-highest tech role ranked by employer demand on but have the second-highest talent deficit. 1. This DevOps training course will be of benefit the following professional roles: 2. Software Developers 3. Technical Project Managers 4. Architects 5. Operations Support 6. Deployment engineers 7. IT managers 8. Development managers Learn more at: 🤍 For more updates on courses and tips follow us on: - Facebook: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 - LinkedIn: 🤍 - Website: 🤍 Get the Android app: 🤍 Get the iOS app: 🤍

A Linux Dev Environment on Windows with WSL 2, Docker Desktop and More


An overview of all of the tools I use on Windows 10 / WSL 2 to have a productive dev environment. Hit the subscribe button to receive more videos like this! - Timestamps: 0:00 What we'll cover in this video 1:45 Using the PowerToys app launcher 3:22 Using the new Microsoft Terminal 4:33 Installing and getting set up with WSL 2 using Ubuntu 20.04 LTS 6:04 Quick demo of using Docker Desktop with WSL 2 9:45 Installing Docker Desktop and configuring it for WSL 2 11:28 Viewing an updated list of all of the tools I use 12:17 Managing virtual desktops with DexPot 14:24 Using Ditto to access and search previous clipboard entries 16:12 Using AutoHotkey (AHK) for key remapping, global hotkeys and more 18:25 Configuring programs to start up when Windows boots up 19:06 Using Sizer to quickly size and position windows 21:00 Using Chrome, Google Hangouts, Zoom and the Momentum browser extension 21:37 Using HexChat to chat on IRC 22:15 Listening to music with foobar2000 22:49 Using IrfanView for viewing, resizing and cropping images 23:28 Using GnuCash for personal finance tracking and accounting 23:59 TL;DR on the video tools that I use (OBS, Camtasia and DaVinci Resolve) 24:26 Running in Production is a podcast where we talk about deploying web apps 24:42 Installing all of the tools I use on the Linux side in WSL 2 25:14 Configuring the .wslconfig file to avoid WSL 2 soaking up all of your memory 26:09 You can replicate this set up by mostly copy / pasting these commands 26:27 Using ASDF to manage versions for a few different programming languages 27:05 Maybe using Ansible, the AWS CLI v2 and Terraform 27:36 Using FZF to open files plus fuzzy search text in Vim and on the command line 28:36 Clipboard sharing between WSL 2 and Windows with VcXsrv 30:19 Using htop to monitor your system's resource usage and get a list of processes 30:52 Using the pass CLI tool to manage passwords and other sensitive data 31:52 High level overview of how you could use my dotfiles 32:27 Ensuring you have a few WSL specific lines in your bash, zsh, or fish config 33:36 Final verdict? I'm really happy with this set up Tools reference links: - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 (Vim / tmux playlist) - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 Courses and Podcast reference links: - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - Follow along? Personal Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM) Deep Dive Tutorial


LVM, short for Logical Volume Manager, is awesome - and it doesn't seem to get the attention it deserves. In this one-shot tutorial, I'll show you why you should care about LVM, how to get started, some of the commands you can use to manage it, and more. You'll even learn how to use it to take snapshots of your system! ☁️ Get $100 in credit toward deploying your very own Linux servers on Linode! ➡️ 🤍 🙌 Support me on Patreon and get early access to new content! ➡️ 🤍 🛒 Affiliate store for Linux compatible hardware/accessories (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out the Tiny Pilot KVM for your Homelab (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out and spin up your very own Linux or Windows desktop in the cloud (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 Individual sections: 0:50 - Why LVM? 12:06 - Installing Ubuntu Server 18.04 (with LVM) 17:40 - LVM Explanation 21:14 - Ubuntu Server installation (continued) 25:25 - Viewing LVM info 28:07 - Expending a filesystem 33:42 - Setting up LVM Manually 40:47 - Creating and Restoring Snapshots Wiki article for this video: 🤍 More info can be found in this article (this is where the LVM diagram came from): 🤍 🐦 Follow me on Twitter! ➡️ 🤍 💬 Official Community: ➡️ 🤍 📖 Check out jay's latest book, Mastering Ubuntu Server 3rd Edition. Available now! ➡️ 🤍 👨 More about me: ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 💽 How to create a bootable flash drive for installing Linux: ➡️ 🤍 🐧 Which distro do I use? ➡️ 🤍 🔐 How to better secure OpenSSH: ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ How to create a cloud Linux server with Linode: ➡️ 🤍

Linux vs Windows Round 1: Open Source vs Proprietary - From a Retired Microsoft Dev


A totally neutral and completely unbiased retired Microsoft operating systems developer gives you the rundown on Linux vs Windows! In Round 0, the competition is Open Source vs Proprietary, and which is better for operating systems. Let me know what you think about my "arguments" and feel free to post counterpoints or support here in the comments!

OS development using the Linux kernel - Getting Started (Part 1)


This video shows you how to start developing your own OS using Linux for your kernel. Not the same as "Linux from scratch", this focuses on developing your own, at the low level of course! This is the first video in the series, I hope you enjoy and please comment with any questions you have. Discord: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Reddit: 🤍 Donate (Paypal/Venmo): rockytriton75🤍 I've created a subreddit for this channel as well where I will post any video updates: 🤍 Source code: 🤍

Qual o melhor Sistema Operacional para Programar? (Perguntei para os especialistas!)


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The mind behind Linux | Linus Torvalds


Linus Torvalds transformed technology twice — first with the Linux kernel, which helps power the Internet, and again with Git, the source code management system used by developers worldwide. In a rare interview with TED Curator Chris Anderson, Torvalds discusses with remarkable openness the personality traits that prompted his unique philosophy of work, engineering and life. "I am not a visionary, I'm an engineer," Torvalds says. "I'm perfectly happy with all the people who are walking around and just staring at the clouds ... but I'm looking at the ground, and I want to fix the pothole that's right in front of me before I fall in." TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at 🤍 Follow TED news on Twitter: 🤍 Like TED on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍

Is Writing C# on a Mac Realistic? How About Linux?


Can I be a C# developer on a Mac or are there too many limitations? Is Visual Studio for Mac good enough? What if I am on Linux? What do I use to develop C# on Linux? These are the questions we will answer in today's episode of Dev Questions. Website: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Ask Your Question: 🤍 Sign Up to Get More Great Developer Content in Your Inbox: 🤍

Why was the Windows Subsystem for Linux created? | One Dev Question


Craig is back to share more about WSL in this One Dev Question series.

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