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Karen Lopez
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Great Course, just what I was looking for.

David Kahn
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A word of warning to thous making a bootable USB for Linux. do NOT use unetbootin it is broken. Instead use Rufus.

TheCarmacon
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Thanks for teaching me so much in such a short time! Looking forward to using that knowledge to make my life easier

Md Hasan
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Awesome tutorial . Thank you Joseph Delgadillo
for providing us this cool tutorial.

Seck Ibrahim
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thank you !!

Baron TV
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*makes a video about linux
uses windows

Kalamity
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Im so happy this just popped up in my 'related videos'. +1 Subscriber for you! please keep up the amazing content!

Maribel Daguplo
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about the router access.. i dont have a router.. can i used a pocket wifi..??

PureOptimus
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Thank you! This is extremely helpful!

ozhan saat
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Amazing work. So much effort.

Reichsmarschall
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Cool tutor!

Ananthakrishnan K.R
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Awesome tutorial.?Thanks Joseph Delgadillo

MONA MASOUMI
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Thank you so much for comprehensive and Awesome tutorial :). It is really helpful for me same as Matlab tutorial. I have a question, I would like to access to information of P-states and C-state (Power Management States) by using linux command by searching I found
cpufreq-info
#cpupower idle-info
#cpupower frequency-info
whenever I test the command of cpupower it says:
~# cpupower frequency-info
-bash: cpupower: command not found
I suppose that it is necessary to install cpupower but not sure;)
And Finally Is it right way to access Setting of the Flags "P-States", "C-States"?
Thank you in advance for your support

Joseph H H
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SUBTITLESSSSSSSSS PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

max steel
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You can't become a power user of linux environment within 10 hours. It takes couple of years to become advanced user of linux. One needs to read a dozen of books and make ton of mistakes before he becomes a true master of linux. This video is a joke. I've got 10 years of experience in linux and still scratch my head from time to time. Plus he teaches linux in Windows. it's a joke.

betlamed
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"What IS physics? We have to start in ancient greece, ca. 500BC…" 🙂

Ali Hussain Dhuniya
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i need kali lunux tutorials

Santiago Alvarez
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what distros does he use

ajinkya nagare
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thanks amazing tutorials

Tyrell Nelson
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Took 10-15 minutes because he has slow internet at the moment… Here I am 5 hours later waiting for it to finish downloading

Willibef
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Asterisk, asteriSK (from asteriskos).

/nagging mode off

Rana Yehya Mohamed
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visual box gives me an ( Ubuntu 32) choice only !!

scott22v
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Can you install VMware on a virtual machine in Vbox.

James Wong
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Great work!