Greetings Linux Academy learners! Another month has come and gone and so much has happened. As always, we’ve been busy bees working on the latest and greatest in mobile updates just for YOU. In my last post, I talked about the new video player we released and some of the
To continually support you in your mission to learn and grow we are always adding new courses and free resources to begin developing your Linux and Cloud skills.
On September 17th Linux Torvald first released the Linux Operating System Kernel on September 17th, 1991 so we are celebrating by offering
With over 55,000 attendees at AWS re:Invent last year, showing up without a plan will leave you lost in the massive shuffle. To maximize your time there, we created this ultimate guide to help you expertly navigate the AWS re:Invent conference. At the end of our guide, there’s a handy
During this monthly update, we announce the first winners to our Swag giveaway! We also have two early-access courses for those of you who can’t wait any longer for Azure content, and a quick recap of all the new courses that have come out in the past month.
Over 45 New
You know it seems like every day we’re hearing about new data breaches happening. Ten million users affected here 30 million users over there, but don’t worry, everybody gets free credit monitoring!
Now doesn’t that just give you warm fuzzies? Well, none of us want to be responsible for letting something
September 12th marks one year since Jupiter Broadcasting was announced to be joining forces with Linux Academy in a team effort to give back to the community. Let’s look back on this alliance of two powerful educational advocacy entities:
One year ago:
Linux Academy and Jupiter Broadcasting share the mission to inspire
Is diversity and inclusion of underrepresented groups in the technology industry still an issue? And if it is, how prevalent is this problem? How can we make a difference? To gain some insights into this controversial subject, we reached out to the women we admire, and who exemplify the promotion
So today I will show you the Ubuntu 17.10 black screen solution.
When would you use this:
1. If you have multiple monitors for example 2 or 3 and one of them keeps black screening
2. DVI monitor on Ubuntu not working as expected and giving you a black screen
3. Messed up ATI
Ok so let me show you how to make a Kali bootable usb or drive in Ubuntu in just a couple of simple steps using terminal.
This tutorial will literally only require 2 commands and will take you a couple of minutes to complete depending on your USB drive, the slot
Ok so let me show you how to format a usb memory stick or drive in Ubuntu in just a couple of seconds using the native ubuntu tools
This tutorial will literally take you a couple of seconds and is very easy and simple to follow. Please let me know if