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Looking for an advanced Linux podcast [closed]

I am looking for some more advanced linux podcasts then I have been able to find so far. I commute 3+ hours each way. This is a great time to catch up on tech, learn some things I may have missed. ...
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cat file to multicast

I have a text file (test.txt) which represents captured network data. The actual protocol is text-based, with NULL line endings, so this isn't a problem. I need to run this test captured data ...
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Get a clean list of files transferred from rsync

I'm trying to get an itemized list of files transferred by rsync. Using the -i and --out-format options, I'm instead ending up with output that looks like this: 3HMP1MO_001.tif 974.68K 100% ...
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How to boot Linux to command-line mode instead of GUI?

I am using 32-bit Red Hat Linux in my VM. I want to boot it to command-line mode, not to GUI mode. I know that from there I can switch to GUI mode using startx command. How do I switch back to ...
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what is pts/0 and (:0.0) in linux by type who am i

When I type the command: [root@degeneration Desktop]# who am i root pts/0 2013-04-12 15:08 (:0.0) What is pts/0 and what is meant by (:0.0)?
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What is the difference between the whatis and apropos commands?

CentOS 6.3 / RHEL 6.3 Can someone please explain the difference between the whatis command and the apropos command? I noticed that both appear to be installed by default and I'm not sure what the ...
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'ss' command for checking sockets not found

I get an error when I try to execute this command on Red Hat Linux. $ ss -s -bash: ss: command not found It is supposed to be for checking socket statistics. How do I execute this?
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Message appears after every command completed

I am very new to Linux. Having said this, I had a friend go on my RHEL machine and he somehow added a few random lines in a file, which will post every time I have completed a command. I am not sure ...
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How to change the properties of a desktop panel from the command line?

I use RHEL 6 as my regular operating system and for one of my user accounts I made one of the desktop panels as auto-hide and other as a fixed panel. I expected the hidden panel to appear above the ...
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“system-config-network-tui &” doesn't work

When I try to edit or assign the IP using this command: system-config-network-tui & Terminal opens a console which is uncontrollable, just like this: This happens on CentOS and Red Hat.
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How do you configure the MTU for all network adapters via a script?

NOTE: This is for RHEL/centOS. Currently my way of configuring the MTU is via GUI using system-config-network and setting the MTU to 4096. I would like a non-interactive script to do this instead. ...
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How to install/remove/upgrade .rpm packages on Red Hat?

I am new to linux, and at the university we are using this distribution to mount servers on VM, but I need to install a package that is missing in my virtual machine that is running Red Hat, but how ...
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How can I install ncdu on Red Hat?

The answers provided to this question doesn't help. I'ved tried yum install ncdu But I'm getting No package ncdu available
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How to install software on Red Hat?

What's the simplest way to download/install software on Red Hat Linux (from bash command line)?