Read and Troubleshoot Linux Config Files 10x Faster!
Discovered this free Linux server course recently. Instructor is Shawn Powers from CBTNuggets and he uses a Centos 7 virtual machine to demonstrate all of the concepts he covers. Let me know what you think. ➡ https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/linux-server-course-system-configuration-and-operation/
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How to get file handles from ANY file.
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Telnet gets a bad wrap but is a powerful troubleshooting tool. Here’s how to confirm port 80 is available from Google (screen clearing is a *GOOD* thing and watch to the end): telnet google.com 80
Revealing where Python looks when you run ‘import …’