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Installing VS Code on Raspberry Pi

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Log into the Raspberry Pi Open the web browser and go to https://code.visualstudio.com Click Other platforms Under the Linux section (penguin icon), to the right of .deb, select ARM NOTE: The other .deb versions are for 64-bit operating systems. The default Raspberry Pi image is 32-bit When the download completes, click on the downloaded file […]

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Setting up an Ubuntu lab in Azure Labs

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I have recently had the opportunity to begin using Azure Labs (https://labs.azure.com) for my classes. This lab environment helps to replace a previously self-made and self-maintained VMware environment. By building a lab with a virtualization layer (such as Hyper-V), this lab environment helps build flexibility and repeatability to my teaching. While primarily designed for working […]

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Installing Visual Studio Code on Fedora 31

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Install SNAP Microsoft released updates to Visual Studio Code as a SNAP package. Snap is a package management utility similar to apt, yum, or dnf, that is used to install software and any required dependencies. To install VS Code, we must first install snap. Install snap Configure snap for classic mode (required for VS Code) […]

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Installing WordPress on Ubuntu 19.04

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Install LAMP Stack To begin installation of the LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, PHP) we update the apt catalog. Then we select the packages to install. NOTE: We are also including the git package now so we can use it later. Once the packages are installed, we start them and configure them to auto-start at […]

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Configure a static IP address in CentOS 7

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To view the IP address on a Linux machine, we can use either of the following commands from a terminal. NOTE: The first command is deprecated and should not be used if possible. ifconfigip a Option 1: Edit configuration files The first option is to edit the files under /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts. These files exist for each […]

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Creating your first Linux scripts

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In this video, we will create several simple Linux scripts. While simple, these scripts highlight how to automate many of the tasks you may have for your environment. HelloWorld.sh The first script, HelloWorld.sh is created by using your favorite Linux text editor (I suggest nano or vi). The first line is the “shebang” or “hashbang” […]