In my Linux Commands for Beginners series, we’ll explore everything you need to know in order to be productive on the Linux Command Line. You’ll learn basic commands, input/output redirection, package management, resource monitoring, troubleshooting, and more. This video serves as an introduction to viewing logs.

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Mohammad Khader

May 12, 2020

I swear by Allah that your channel is the best because in other channels owners of them trying to show us their knowledge muscle, but you are trying to teach us skills, and that makes you different
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Pii Arporniem

May 12, 2020

Thanks a lot Jay! Always appreciate your videos. 🙂

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Tibor Toth

May 12, 2020

I really enjoy learning linux

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Tibor Toth

May 12, 2020

Thank you for your instruction

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T D

May 12, 2020

How did you get that pony prompt?

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Herr Janosch

May 12, 2020

Are you going to cover grep and piping too in this series?

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Czeekaj

May 12, 2020

I can't read binary so systemd logs are not useful for me :).

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Anzan Hoshin Roshi

May 12, 2020

Thank you, Jay.

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Jay Christopherson

May 12, 2020

One of my commonly used commands to watch the progress of log files is 'multitail' a ncurses based logfile monitor

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