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This Vi tutorial and reference is one of the lessons available in the Linux Academy as part of the course 'Working with vi'. This lesson will show you how to use vi and it's basic commands. This will help you get started with THE Linux text editor available on all distributions.
Recently a security flaw in LinkedIn's code has helped add 6.5 million passwords to attackers' traditional dictionary attack. What is a dictionary attack? It's an attack where hackers (we assume the bad kind here) run scripts against a combination of common usernames and passwords.
jQuery Mobile has come a long way since the beta versions of the framework. In this screencast we aim to cover what’s new as well as the basic concepts that originally came with jQuery Mobile. This screencast is for you if you never have used jQuery Mobile tool bars and want to see what they are capable of.
This screencast is straight from the course “Hosting Web Sites With Linux” available at the Linux Academy. Ever wonder how domains work and point to specific servers? Well if you want to host a domain you need to have DNS. This lesson will help you understand the concepts as well as demonstrate examples of using DNS to host web sites and web apps.
Ever wanted to take a picture with a a web app, then upload it directly to your Amazon S3 bucket? Now you can, and this tutorial will teach you how. In this tutorial we are going to use jQuery Mobile, PHP and Amazon S3 to create a mobile picture uploader that will allow us to either take a new picture or upload an existing picture from our device.
This lesson from the Linux Academy will teach you a few simple, useful commands to help you while working and navigating the Linux shell. You will learn about the location of shell customization files as well as the history and command shortcuts on the command line.
Responsive design is awesome because it allows a web designer to design for any screen size including, but not limited to, mobile, tablet, TV, computer and the 400 different tablet/mobile screen sizes.
This lesson will walk you through user management. This lesson includes topics such as how to create users, manage users and user groups, what sudo is, when users need sudo and when to run as root or not. Ready to take the whole course? Get started by going to LinuxAcademy.tv to take the whole course.
Changing the partition size for a root partition or any other partition is just a little bit different when youâ€™re working in the cloud. Today Iâ€™m going to show you how to change the root partition of an EC2 instance running Linux.
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