Networking course #0 - introduction - Servers Administration, Networking, & Virtualization
z3bra
This webcast was a quick introduction to networking, discussing the basics, and reviewing two knowledges: binary operations and the OSI model.

The recorded version of this episode is available here: network_intro-20160731.webm
If you have any remark, or questions, feel free to ask.
BANGARANG, MOTHERFUCKER
ChefIronBelly
Thanks, looking forward to watching.
tigoesnumb3rs
Very nice introduction!

I do have a question, however it's unrelated: What is the 'sent' command you use at the beginning?
lemons
(31-07-2016, 11:45 AM)tigoesnumb3rs Wrote: I do have a question, however it's unrelated: What is the 'sent' command you use at the beginning?

I'm 99% sure it's this.
z3bra
(31-07-2016, 12:00 PM)lemons Wrote:
(31-07-2016, 11:45 AM)tigoesnumb3rs Wrote: I do have a question, however it's unrelated: What is the 'sent' command you use at the beginning?

I'm 99% sure it's this.

Yup
venam
That was well explained.
(31-07-2016, 08:54 AM)ChefIronBelly Wrote: Thanks, looking forward to watching.
Same here.

I had issue playing the above recording.
In mplayer it wasn't playing neither the sound nor the audio. In vlc it played the video only, and in mpv it played the sound only.


Maybe an example of how to do those bitwise operation with the shell would have been cool.
z3bra
(01-08-2016, 01:14 AM)venam Wrote: I had issue playing the above recording.
In mplayer it wasn't playing neither the sound nor the audio. In vlc it played the video only, and in mpv it played the sound only.

that's weird. I tried with mplayer, and it was working perfectly. Other people there had no issues with mpv it seems. If you want, we can do a test together to check what's the issue?

(01-08-2016, 01:14 AM)venam Wrote: Maybe an example of how to do those bitwise operation with the shell would have been cool.

Is there any way to perform bitwise operations in the shell? The only soft that looks like it come from moreutils, and perform bitwise-LIKE operations on text files, line by line.
io86
Very nice intro indeed, z3bra. It must be hard to reduce all you know and want to say to 8 minutes:)

As for playing the recording. It worked fine for me in mpv (video and audio). In mplayer I had to comment some of my local config settings and it worked.

Looking forward for the next episodes.
Adrift
I also look forward to watching more. As of right now, I don't have too terribly in depth questions. The video worked in mpv for me as well.

The only issue I had is that the sound made it seem like you were puffing bursts of air into the mic constantly ... which you most likely weren't haha.

But, because of that I had some difficulty hearing everything.
z3bra
(08-08-2016, 12:09 PM)Adrift Wrote: The only issue I had is that the sound made it seem like you were puffing bursts of air into the mic constantly ... which you most likely weren't haha.

But, because of that I had some difficulty hearing everything.

My mic quality is pretty poor, so I have to put it really close to my mouth if I want to hear anything at all. This is most likely what to "air burst" are. I'll try something else next time, cause it is pretty annoying to hear.

Thanks for the feedback!




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