dijous, 14 de novembre de 2019

Learning the Linux File System




An introduction to the basic Linux file system and how to get around in it. If you'd like to know more about how I can help you get started with Linux then please check out http://www.ezeelinux.com

Vídeo de 2015 de 25.08  minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIXzJ3Rz9po
Veure també:
https://moltsbits.blogspot.com/2019/10/linux-file-systemstructure-explained.html

dimecres, 13 de novembre de 2019

CURSO DE MARKETING - COMPLETO




Video de febrer de 2019 de 3 hores i 39 minuts de duració.
Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHaxFWiW9v8
Hi ha document de transcripció i material descarregat de la web de l'autor.

En este Curso de Marketing General veremos el siguiente contenido:
1. INTRODUCCIÓN 00:11
2. EL MARKETING - 02:41 - Que es el marketing - Entorno del marketing
3. MARKETING MIX - 35:57 - Producto - Precio - Plaza o Distribución - Promoción o Comunicación
4. LA VENTA - 58:13
5. LA PUBLICIDAD - 01:04:55 - Banners - Publicidad en TV - Periódicos o Revistas - Señalética - Vallas publicitarias - Exposición en ferias - Trípticos y bipticos - Materiales de escritorio - Medios digitales
6. EL CONSUMIDOR - 01:10:53 - Modelo de comportamiento del consumidor - Condicionantes del comportamiento - Fases del proceso de decisión de compra - Tipos de comportamientos de compra - El comportamiento de compra de las organizaciones
7. SEGMENTACIÓN DE MERCADOS - 02:03:21 - El mercado - Niveles de mercado - Tipología de mercado - Criterios de segmentación - El público objetivo - Posicionamiento en el mercado
8. LA COMPETENCIA - 02:25:36
9. LA MARCA - 02:29:24 - Identidad corporativa - Imagen corporativa - Logo - Nombre - Eslogan - Tipografía - Colores
10. EL PLAN DE MARKETING - 02:57:58 - Descripción de la situación - Público objetivo - Fijación de objetivos - Estrategias y tácticas - Cartera - Segmentación - Posicionamiento - Marketing Mix - Plan de acción - Presupuesto - Supervisión
11. EJEMPLO DE UN PLAN DE MARKETING - 03:07:22 12. CONTINGENCIAS - 03:25:01 - Descuidos - Errores a evitar - Campañas exitosas - Campañas fracasadas

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MATERIAL: http://yoneygallardo.com/curso-de-mar... =================================================

dimarts, 12 de novembre de 2019

Browser Preview Sublime Text



This video shows you how you can enable browser preview in Sublime Text.
How to manage Package Control

Sublime Commands
CTRL + ` Open Console or View Show/Hide Console
CTRL Shift P to launch Package Manager

Video de 2016 de 5.08 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQChuc3N84Q

dilluns, 11 de novembre de 2019

How to Install Wine 4.1 on Linux Mint 19.1 / Linux Mint 18 | SYSNETTECH Solutions




For Linux Mint 19.1:
1) sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
2) wget -nc https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/win...
3) sudo apt-key add winehq.key
4) sudo apt-add-repository 'deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/ubu... cosmic main'
5) sudo apt update
6) sudo apt install --install-recommends winehq-stable

For Linux Mint 18:
1) sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 2) wget -nc https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/win...
3) sudo apt-key add winehq.key
4) sudo apt-add-repository 'deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/ubu... xenial main'
5) sudo apt update
6) sudo apt install --install-recommends winehq-stable

After installing Wine 4.1 on your Linux Mint PC, you can now install and run a Windows-compatible program.

To run Wine 4.1, just use the "winecfg" command in Terminal.
➦ winecfg

You can also use the "wine --version" command to learn the Wine version.
➦ wine --version

Vídeo de 2018 de 19.01 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i61VtE_i_Ng

dissabte, 9 de novembre de 2019

INSTALAR WORDPRESS 5.0.1 en XAMPP | Servidor local | 2019




Les estaré enseñando a instalar wordpress en nuestro servidor local de xampp. Aprenderemos a configurar wordpress desde cero y paso a paso, wordpress es la mejor herramienta para montar nuestro sitio web profesional. Xampp es una de las mejores aplicaciones que existen para montar nuestro propio servidor local en nuestra pc.

Para saber de la instalación de XAMPP:
Vídeo de desembre de 2018 de 12.15 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6G2SoCjOrAU

dijous, 7 de novembre de 2019

Grabación de escritorio: Vokoscreen



Repaso a una nueva aplicación para efectuar grabaciones del escritorio Linux. Más información y detalles sobre el funcionamiento del programa en: http://unade25.blogspot.com/2013/02/grabacion-de-escritorio-vokoscreen.html

Video de 2013 de 4.36 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ib3jUn0DdQ4

dimecres, 6 de novembre de 2019

Replace One Linux Distribution With Another From Dual Boot [Keep Home Partition]




If you have a Linux distribution installed, you can replace it with another distribution in the dual boot. You can also keep your personal documents while switching the distribution. 

In this tutorial, I have a Linux Mint dual booted with Windows. Linux Mint has separate root and home partitions. I replace Linux Mint with elementary OS keeping the Home directory from Linux Mint as it is.

This way, you switch Linux distribution without losing files. Of course, you must have a separate Home partition beforehand in order to do so.

Vídeo de 2019 de 5.46  minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptF2RUehbKs

dimarts, 5 de novembre de 2019

Como hacer tu propia Música/Beat para principiantes




Link para Descargar el software Gratis: http://www.lmms.io

En este vídeo tutorial te voy a mostrar algunas cosas básicas para empezar a crear tu propia música/sonido/beat en Linux MultiMedia Studio (LMMS 1.2) *

Para más recursos y tutoriales en español visita: http://2ddentertainment.com/

Vídeo 2018 de 21:20 de minuts de duració.
Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy4h1Eds0Zg

dilluns, 4 de novembre de 2019

Como instalar servidor local Apache+Mysql+php+phpMyAdmin BIEN EXPLICADO




En este tutorial les mostrare como configurar un servidor local sin utilizar xampp, vamos a instalar php, phpmyadmin, mysql y apache de manera independiente.

REQUISITOS: EN WINDOWS 7: DEBEMOS TENER INSTALADO EL SERVICE PACK 1 Y "Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable",

PRIMERO SE INSTALA SP1, PARA PODER INSTALAR "Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable".

EN WINDOWS 8, 8.1 Y 10: INSTALAR "Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable".

Vídeo de 2017 de 16.01 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KtHNZ1IUO4

dissabte, 2 de novembre de 2019

20 Years ago..


20 years ago, the Internet was an escape from the real world
Today, the real world is an escape from the Internet.

dimecres, 30 d’octubre de 2019

Los 15 mejores Linux en español!!




En este vídeo os muestro una gran selección de las mejores distribuciones y sabores Linux a nivel de usuario.

Aquí os dejo los links a cada una de las reviews que ya tengo hechas y que menciono en el vídeo:

LInux todoterreno:
Ubuntu Mate - https://youtu.be/hEH4NBZ-BGk
Zorin Os - https://youtu.be/qCzN3IJt9BE
Antergos - https://youtu.be/sYEqdB-4SsY

Linux mas bonitos:
Elementary Os - https://youtu.be/twuYAMohlVs

Linux mas ligeros:
Xubuntu - https://youtu.be/uFMNX9tdKQs
Linux Mint Xfce - https://youtu.be/HaTHqUbnMz8
Manjaro - https://youtu.be/FuVCLRucjN4
Linux Lite - https://youtu.be/Y9Ny0D176M4
Chromixium - https://youtu.be/J02a37x_WJo

Linux portables:
Lubuntu - https://youtu.be/GUXYhT65c1Q
Puppy Linux - https://youtu.be/qB_gNPTPA1o

Vídeo de 2015  d'11.30 minuts de duració
Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCCGM1FiRb4

dilluns, 28 d’octubre de 2019

Cómo redimensionar particiones con Gparted en Ubuntu




Tutorial simple de como se usa Gparted para cambiar el tamaño de una partición. En el ejemplo muestro como agrandar una partición de 460gb y comento lo que hay que tener en cuenta antes de realizar cambios en un disco.

1) Programa GParted
2) El disco a reparticionar NO ha d'estar muntat
3) Si el disc té la partició /boot o en un Windows (és la C:) hi ha risc de perdre l'arranc. Caldrà llavors arrencar des de USB/Live CD i fer servir un un bootrepair-
4) Fer una còpia de seguretat

A tenir en compte: pot trigar hores.

Vídeo de 2018 de 3.16 minuts de duració.
Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBHFud-Dva8

diumenge, 27 d’octubre de 2019

Microsoft Office vs LibreOffice | How to Make the Change



This goes over moving from Microsoft Office to LibreOffice. There are certain compatibility changes you must make to retain compatibility with Microsoft Office. This tutorial goes over making all the required changes.

Needed Windows Fonts for Writing Documents: sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer

LibreOffice > Options
Advanced [x] Enable experimental features

LibreOffice Writer:
View > Contextual Grups (barra agrupada)
Tools >Options > Personalization > Preinstalled theme
Change font:
Tools > Options > LibreOffice Writer > Basic fonts (Western), change for Calibri
Save as docx



Video d'agost de 2019 de 12.15 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0jeYe8iNWo

dissabte, 26 d’octubre de 2019

Porque Linux es mejor que Windows




No olvides de suscribirte si quieres seguir viendo contenido como este, difundir el vídeo también me es de gran ayuda.

Video d'agost de 2019 de 7.25 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-5j_ieG2SM

divendres, 25 d’octubre de 2019

dijous, 24 d’octubre de 2019

Configurar y Trabajar con Sublime Text 3 + Plugins Recomendados



Sublime Text es uno de los editores de código más populares y más potente a la hora de desarrollar aplicaciones. En este video aprenderás como usar y potenciar este editor.

Qué aprenderás:
-Como usar sublime text
-Las funciones más importantes para trabajar rápidamente
-Personalizar el editor con colores, tamaño de fuentes
-Crear fragmentos de código (snippets)
-Como instalar plugins
-Crear y editar atajos de teclado

Plugins recomendados:
-Advance New File -Emmet -Auto File Name
-Console Wrap
-Color picker
-jsFormat
-Bootstrap 4 snippets

Y mucho más..

Vídeo de 2018 de 35.22 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWkUtOxBu6g

dimecres, 23 d’octubre de 2019

¿Cómo Actualizar Ubuntu y Descargar Actualizaciones?




Videotutorial donde explico paso a paso cómo podemos hacer la tarea tan sencilla como es el actualizar y descargar actualizaciones para Ubuntu.

Comando 1: sudo apt-get update 

Comando 2: sudo apt-get upgrade 

Si tienes alguna duda o problema, deja un comentario en el vídeo, intentaré ayudarte todo lo posible. Si te ha gustado o te ha servido de ayuda, dame un like o suscríbete, me ayudarás enórmemente.

Video de 2014 de 2.22 minuts de duració.
Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWCHh9fWKkY

dimarts, 22 d’octubre de 2019

CURSO DE SEO 2019 - COMPLETO




Video de setembre de 2019 de 4 hores i 26 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVwxvebHnXQ

En este video veremos el siguiente contenido:
1. INTRODUCCIÓN - 00:09

PARTE I - BASES DEL SEO

2. FUNDAMENTOS DEL SEO - 04:01
- Que es SEO - Beneficios del SEO
- Fases SEO - Motores de búsqueda
- Las SERP
- Los Factores de Posicionamiento en Google

3. EL CONTENIDO - 43:00
- Calidad - Novedad
- Originalidad - Cantidad
- Semántica

4. PALABRAS CLAVES - 01:07:18
- Keyword research
- Short Tail, Middle Tail y Long Tail
- LSI - Keyword density
- Disposición y Prioridad

5. ENLACES Y URLs - 01:46:03
- URLs amigables
- Entrantes - Salientes
- Interno

6. LOS SITEMAP - 01:57:51
- Que es y su importancia
- Organización - Robots
- Creación de un sitemap

7. EL UI/UX - 02:10:33
- Interfaz de usuario (UI)
- Experiencia de usuario (UX)
- Interacción
- Velocidad de carga
 - Contenido Freshness (Fecha de publicación)
- Estructura y contenido:
○ Breadcrumbs
○ Taxonomía
○ Tabla de contenido
○ Favicon
○ Anchor Text
○ Caja de búsqueda
○ Página de contacto Página Quienes somos
○ No cuentan comentarios y testimonios
○ Política de Privacidad, Términos Legales y Cookies

8. PAGERANK - 02:37:39

9. HOSTING Y DOMINIO - 02:41:48
- Hosting
 - Dominio y Autoridad - SSL
 - Servicios integrados

10. HERRAMIENTAS DE AYUDA - 02:51:35
- Google Trends
- Google Speed
- Google Analytics
- Google Ads
- SemRush
- KeywordTools
- Títulos para las palabras clave
 - Autoridad de Dominio
- Traffic Travis
- Manejadores de contenido o CMS

11. SEO LOCAL - 03:18:23
- Nap
- Nombre de la ciudad
- Google My Business
- Reseñas - Google Maps
- Directorios locales
- Valoración de reseñas
- Optimizar contenido en el website
- Linkbuilding

12. ACCIONES A EVITAR - 03:32:54

PARTE II - PROCEDIMIENTO

13. FASE 1 - SEGMENTACIÓN DE AUDIENCIA - 03:44:27
- Crear Buyer Persona
 - Análisis de la competencia

14. FASES 2 - PALABRAS CLAVES - 03:50:45
- Planificar de Google
- Google Trends - Answer the public

 15. FASE 3 - CREACIÓN DE CONTENIDO - 03:55:44
- Tabla de contenido - H1, h1, h3
- Metaetiquetas
- Imágenes
- Videos
- Audios
- Mapas internos
- Links
- Url amigable

16. FASE 4 - PUBLICACIÓN - 04:02:27
- Publicación de contenido o post
- Indexación
- Integración en redes sociales
- Integración en Google My Businnes
- Integración en Google site
- Integración en blogger
 - Integración con shoelace
- Integración con Google grupos
- Enviar por email para los suscritos

17. FASE 5 - PROCESO CONTINUO - 04:09:57
- Creación post
- Publicación en redes sociales
- Promociones y valor agregado

18. FASE 6 - MONITOREO DE LOS AVANCES - 04:13:50 - Analítica web

19. FASE 7 - RETROALIMENTACIÓN - 04:19:16
- Optimización de html
- Optimización del contenido
- Actualización según recomendaciones de Google

dilluns, 21 d’octubre de 2019

[SOLVED] Fix Login Loop in Ubuntu Linux



If you stuck in the login screen and can't load the ubuntu desktop, follow those steps!

1. When you on the login screen, press ctrl + shift + alt + f1

2. A black screen appeared? ok, type your username then ENTER
and type your password then ENTER

3. Then type "ping 8.8.8.8" then ENTER to ensure you have a good Internet connection. If you have Internet access follow the steps.

4. Uninstall/remove all desktop environments that does not let you log into the desktop itself for ubuntu budgie desktop
$ sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove ubuntu-budgie-desktop

for XFCE desktop
sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove xfce

for LXDE desktop
sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove lxde

5. update & upgrade
sudo apt-get update

then sudo apt-get upgrade

(if there is any updates or upgrades downloaded/installed, type "reboot" then ENTER to restart your computer)

6. After that run those commands  sudo apt-get purge fglrx lightdm

then $ sudo apt-get install lightdm ubuntu-desktop

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F57-gTlDwCc

diumenge, 20 d’octubre de 2019

How to fix the login loop in Ubuntu



How to fix ubuntu lightdm login loop.
Press CTRL+ALT+F1
Login with your user and password
$ sudo chown $USER:$USER .Xauthority
$ mv .Xauthority .Xauthority.bak
$ exit
CTRL+ ALT + F1 and try to login as usual.

This solution was implemented in 2015 (video date).
If this does not work, try this https://tecadmin.net/install-latest-nvidia-drivers-ubuntu/

 If does not work, please try this 2018 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F57-gTlDwCc

dissabte, 19 d’octubre de 2019

Ultimate Guide : INSTALLING A PGM FROM .TAR FILES !!!




This is my second video on Installing a program from .tar files. I made my first youtube video on this topic. But there has been quite a number of doubts and questions posted by the viewers related to the installation process. Also the audio in my previous video was quite bad. Hence i decided to make a fresh video on the same topic covering it in more detail.

There are typically four steps to installing a pgm from .tar files
1) Extraction
2) Configuration
3) Compiling
4) Installation

Video 2016 de 6.55 de minuts de duració
Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9JcK70kThI

divendres, 18 d’octubre de 2019

EXPLAINED: How to Install .tar, .tar.gz or .tar.bz2 files on Linux [ Step-by-Step Guide]




This is a step-by step guide on how to Install .tar or .tar.gz or .tar.bz2 files on Linux systems.

In this video, I will walk through the process of opening up a .tar.gz file and installing it on Ubuntu linux.

NOTE:
1) Sometimes you may not find configure file under the folder. This means that the program is pre-configured. You can move to next step.

Sample
Whe have a .tar.gz file in Desktop
$ cd /Desktop
--- test if amap is already installed --
$ amap
answers: you should  $ sudo apt-get install amap-align
----

$ tar xvfz file.tar.gz
$ cd file folder
$ ./configure
$ make
$ sudo make install


CHECKOUT THE LATEST VIDEO ON INSTALLING A PGM FROM .TAR FILES, CLICK BELOW!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9JcK70kThI

Video de 2015 de 14.13 mintus de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njqib0fzE9c

dijous, 17 d’octubre de 2019

EXPLAINED: How to Install/Uninstall Program in Linux Using PACKAGE MANAGERS [apt, dpkg, yum, rpm]




In this video, I will show you how to install or uninstall any program in Linux using default Package Manager. We will understand various package manager in different linux distros specifically Debian , UBUNTU, Fedora and CentOS. We will also check sources.list file which contains all the repositories provided by the OS project and understand its format in brief.

Default Package Manager in DEBIAN / UBUNTU system is : 
1) dpkg which is a backend tool for the more powerful apt system
2) apt as Frontend (se detail below)
3) aptitude (GUI of apt)

For RED HAT LINUX distros like Fedora or CentOS:
1) rpm as Backend
2) yum as Frontend

Correction  the apt-get update will upgrade the repositories not the prgrammes that you have on your disto however the apt-get upgrade will do

apt-get

  • Install: apt-get install [package-name]
  • Uninstall: apt-get remove [package-name]
  • Remove downloaded pakg: apt-get clean
  • Purge: apt-get purge [package-name]
  • Update repositories: apt-get update   
  • Upgrade programs: apt-get upgrade (from repositories)

apt-cache

  • Search: apt-cache search [package-name]
  • Show: apt-cache show [package-name]
  • Check if a pgm is install or not: apt-cache policy [package-name]
  • List currently installed programs: apt-cache [package-name]
In the end, we will go to a Ubuntu system and Uninstall Firefox and then Install Chrome Browser using apt Package Manager.

yum


  • Install: yum install [package name]
  • Uninstall: yum erase [package name]
  • Update: yum update [package name]
  • Search: yum search [search-pattern]

rpm

  • installing rpm -i [package].rpm
  • erase: rpm --erase [package]
  • does nno do dependencies resolution


NOTE: Here's the link to my previous video on
How to Manually Install a program in Linux using tar file :

Video de 2015 de 14.13  minuts de duració.
Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC7bvzIqxS8

dimecres, 16 d’octubre de 2019

Difference Between apt and apt-get Explained




This video explains the difference between apt and apt-get commands of Linux. It also lists some of the most commonly used apt commands that replace the older apt-get commands. One of the noticeable new features of Ubuntu 16.04 was the ‘introduction’ of apt command. The reality is that the first stable version of apt was released in the year 2014 but people started noticing it in 2016 with the release of Ubuntu 16.04.

It became common to see apt install package instead of the usual apt-get install package. Eventually, many other distributions followed Ubuntu’s footsteps and started to encourage users to use apt instead of apt-get.

You might be wondering what’s the difference between apt-get and apt? And if they have a similar command structure, what was the need for the new apt command? You might also be thinking if apt is better than apt-get? Should you be using the new apt command or stick with the good old apt-get commands?

I’ll explain all these questions in this article and I hope that by the end of this article, you’ll have a clearer picture. apt vs apt-get

What's the difference between apt vs apt-get?

Just a quick word for Linux Mint users. A few years ago, Linux Mint implemented a python wrapper called apt that actually uses apt-get but provides more friendly options. This apt which we are discussing here is not the same as the one in Linux Mint.

Before we see the difference between apt and apt-get, let’s go into the backdrop of these commands and what exactly they try to achieve.

Why apt was introduced in the first place? it's foss

Debian, mother Linux of distributions like Ubuntu, Linux Mint, elementary OS etc, has a robust packaging system and every component and application is built into a package that is installed on your system. Debian uses a set of tools called Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) to manage this packaging system. Don’t confuse it with the command apt, it’s not the same.

There are various tools that interact with APT and allow you to install, remove and manage packages in Debian based Linux distributions. apt-get is one such command-line tool which is widely popular. Another popular tool is Aptitude with both GUI and command-line options.

If you have read my guide on apt-get commands, you might have come across a number of similar commands such as apt-cache. And this is where the problem arises.

You see, these commands are way too low level and they have so many functionalities which are perhaps never used by an average Linux user. On the other hand, the most commonly used package management commands are scattered across apt-get and apt-cache.

The apt commands have been introduced to solve this problem. apt consists some of the most widely used features from apt-get and apt-cache leaving aside obscure and seldom used features. It can also manage apt.conf file.

With apt, you don’t have to fiddle your way from apt-get commands to apt-cache. apt is more structured and provides you with necessary options needed to manage packages.

Bottom line: apt=most common used command options from apt-get and apt-cache.


Blog Version: https://itsfoss.com/apt-vs-apt-get-difference/
Video de 2018 de 4.14 minuts de duració.
Link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMfxrDkrDlY

dimarts, 15 d’octubre de 2019

How to Test Distributions Using Your Web Browser



In this video, I go over how to test distribution using your web browser. Check out the site
Linux Distribucions: https://distrotest.net/

Video de 2019 de 7.42 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQaXL3a774o

dilluns, 14 d’octubre de 2019

CURSO DE DISEÑO Y DESARROLLO WEB 2019 - COMPLETO



En este video veremos el siguiente contenido:
1. INTRODUCCIÓN - 00:09 - World Wide Web - World Wide Web Consortium
2. DISEÑO Y USABILIDAD - 04:16 - Experiencia de Usuario - Interfaz de Usuario
3. HOSTING Y DOMINIO - 14:56 - Alojamiento web y servidores - Dominio - Protocolo http y ftp - Uso básico del Cpanel - Correo Corporativo - Servidor local - Filezilla y Cyberduck
4. FRONTEND Y BACKEND - 57:09 - El backEnd - El FrontEnd
5. ESTRUCTURA BÁSICA DEL CONTENIDO - 01:02:25 - Inicio - Acerca de - Productos o Servicios - Páginas adicionales - Blog o post - Contactos - Sesión - Cookies y políticas de privacidad
6. WEB SEMÁNTICA - 01:13:27 - Web 1.0 - Web 2.0 - Web 3.0
7. IDE Y EDITORES - 01:24:14 - Sublime text - Brackets - Notepad++ - Visual Studio Code - Dreamweaver
8. XML Y XHTML - 01:29:06 - Para que se usa de XML - Para que se usa xhtml
9. HTML y HTML 5 - 01:32:01 - Extensión - Etiquetas - Estructura - Metadatos - Encabezados H1-H6 - Párrafos - Imágenes - Audios - Videos - Enlaces - Listas - Tablas - Formularios
10. CSS y CSS 3 - 02:10:38 - Extensión - Enlazar - Estructura - Selectores - Unidades de medida - Colores - Medidas - Bordes - Márgenes - Espacios internos - Fuente - Texto
11. PHP Y MYSQL - 02:58:42 - Usos - Ejemplos
12. JAVASCRIPT - 03:19:34 - Usos - Ejemplos
13. FRAMEWORKS Y LIBRERIAS - 03:27:56 - Para HTML - Para CSS - Para Javascript - Para PHP
14. MANEJADORES DE CONTENIDO O CMS - 03:35:57 - Wordpress - Joomla - Drupal - Prestashop - Moodle
15. RESPONSIVE DESIGN - 03:45:27 - Celulares, tablets y de Escritorio - Mobile first - Media Queries - Bootstrap
16. POSICIONAMIENTO WEB - 03:52:00 - Palabras claves - Competencia - Contenido - Backlinks - Métricas
17. METODOLOGÍA - 04:07:19 - Conceptualización - Wireframe, mockup y prototipo - Material base - Codificación - Revisión y corrección - Presentación final - Posicionamiento web
18. ACCIONES A EVITAR - 04:25:42 - Diseño antiguo - Saturación - Uso de flash - Publicidad excesiva - Poca usabilidad - Contenido confuso - No responsive - Dejar de usar captcha
19. TENDENCIAS - 04:34:02 - Flat Design - Aplicaciones web - Landing Page - One Page
20. DESPEDIDA - 04:39:38
Video de setembre de 2019 de 4 hores i 42 minuts
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYOjmW-740M

diumenge, 13 d’octubre de 2019

Linux & Windows, Instalación Dual Boot



Aprende a instalar Linux junto con Windows como sistema dual. En este video aprenderemos a hacer un Dual Boot usando Linux Lite como distribución de Linux, pero el proceso es muy similar en otros sistemas operativos Linux como Ubuntu, Mint, Elementary OS, entre muchos otros.

Aprenderemos como hacer las particiones desde Linux y Windows, y como crear un USB booteable, ademas de iniciarlo desde BIOS.

Particions manuals, arranc BIOS

Video de maig de 2019 de 25.54 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMgzz1fvVCc

dissabte, 12 d’octubre de 2019

Linux File System/Structure Explained!



Most people who have used Linux have seen the root directory but not everybody understands what the directories are used for. A Windows user opening the file manager looks very much like opening the home folder in Windows and all looks very familiar: you've got your documents your downloads your pictures your videos, same thing that is until they explore up the tree looking for the C Drive where's Program Files? where's the directory that Linux is installed in?

How do you find anything? Let me explain. I'll take a quick minute here for new Linux users coming from Windows. Windows and Linux evolved in very different ways. Once upon a time there was a thing called MS-DOS, the disk operating system it was command-line only but you could still run programs, games and WordPerfect, but you didn't need Windows. Windows was added to PCs and you can install it on top of DOS. You would start up your computer and type in "win" to start Windows. It used letters to assign drives with A and B being removable disks since early pcs only had floppy drives. With the addition of hard drives the letter C became the letter for your internal disk. Aditional discs were given the next available letter. You could install things in Dos wherever you wanted to windows installed itself in his own directory called funny enough Windows.

Later Microsoft changed how it booted by evolving their kernel to be less and less dependent on DOS and eventually allowed Windows to boot directly without DOS at all Microsoft's file directory structure kind of stayed the same.

Now Linux is different and so is its file structure it also doesn't install applications like Windows does starting with Windows 95. Microsoft created the Program Files directory which was the default installation directory. For most applications for the most part Linux follows UNIX traditions which is why uses the forward slash (/) instead of the back slash (\) like Windows.

Linux also cares about capitalization so you can have things like this FiLe, FILE, File, file, fILE, fiLE, filE, FILe, FIle, fiLE as you can see while they're all named "file" they all use different capitalization. So Linux will allow this, because they're technically not named exactly the same Mac users who have explored their hard drives might find Linux a little more familiar this is because Mac's also evolved from a UNIX ancestor more specifically BSD. So let's have a look at the route and go over how all this work this layout for the most part is outlined in the filesystem hierarchy standard or FHS which defines the structure and layout and is maintained by the Linux Foundation.

I want a note here that not all distributions follow this some do their own special thing also several ways of structuring the folders has changed over the years, but most of what follows still applies in most cases so let's go end-to-end starting with :

Directories

  • /bin: /bin is the directory that contains binaries, that is, some of the applications and programs you can run. You will find the ls program mentioned above in this directory, as well as other basic tools for making and removing files and directories, moving them around, and so on. There are more bin directories in other parts of the file system tree, but we’ll be talking about those in a minute.
  • /boot: The /boot directory contains files required for starting your system. Do I have to say this? Okay, I’ll say it: DO NOT TOUCH!. If you mess up one of the files in here, you may not be able to run your Linux and it is a pain to repair. On the other hand, don’t worry too much about destroying your system by accident: you have to have superuser privileges to do that.
  • /dev: /dev contains device files. Many of these are generated at boot time or even on the fly. For example, if you plug in a new webcam or a USB pendrive into your machine, a new device entry will automagically pop up here.
  • /etc : /etc is the directory where names start to get confusing. /etc gets its name from the earliest Unixes and it was literally “et cetera” because it was the dumping ground for system files administrators were not sure where else to put.
  • /home: /home is where you will find your users’ personal directories. In my case, under /home there are two directories: /home/paul, which contains all my stuff; and /home/guest, in case anybody needs to borrow my computer.
  • /lib: /lib is where libraries live. Libraries are files containing code that your applications can use. They contain snippets of code that applications use to draw windows on your desktop, control peripherals, or send files to your hard disk.
  • /media: The /media directory is where external storage will be automatically mounted when you plug it in and try to access it. As opposed to most of the other items on this list, /media does not hail back to 1970s, mainly because inserting and detecting storage (pendrives, USB hard disks, SD cards, external SSDs, etc) on the fly, while a computer is running, is a relatively new thing.
  • /mnt: The /mnt directory, however, is a bit of remnant from days gone by. This is where you would manually mount storage devices or partitions. It is not used very often nowadays.
  • /opt: The /opt directory is often where software you compile (that is, you build yourself from source code and do not install from your distribution repositories) sometimes lands. Applications will end up in the /opt/bin directory and libraries in the /opt/lib directory.

A slight digression: another place where applications and libraries end up in is /usr/local, When software gets installed here, there will also be /usr/local/bin and /usr/local/lib directories. What determines which software goes where is how the developers have configured the files that control the compilation and installation process.
  •  /proc: /proc, like /dev is a virtual directory. It contains information about your computer, such as information about your CPU and the kernel your Linux system is running. As with /dev, the files and directories are generated when your computer starts, or on the fly, as your system is running and things change.
  • /root: /root is the home directory of the superuser (also known as the “Administrator”) of the system. It is separate from the rest of the users’ home directories BECAUSE YOU ARE NOT MEANT TO TOUCH IT. Keep your own stuff in you own directories, people.
  • /run: /run is another new directory. System processes use it to store temporary data for their own nefarious reasons. This is another one of those DO NOT TOUCH folders.
  • /sbin: /sbin is similar to /bin, but it contains applications that only the superuser (hence the initial s) will need. You can use these applications with the sudo command that temporarily concedes you superuser powers on many distributions. /sbin typically contains tools that can install stuff, delete stuff and format stuff. As you can imagine, some of these instructions are lethal if you use them improperly, so handle with care.
  • /usr: The /usr directory was where users’ home directories were originally kept back in the early days of UNIX. However, now /home is where users kept their stuff as we saw above. These days, /usr contains a mish-mash of directories which in turn contain applications, libraries, documentation, wallpapers, icons and a long list of other stuff that need to be shared by applications and services.

You will also find bin, sbin and lib directories in /usr. What is the difference with their root-hanging cousins? Not much nowadays. Originally, the /bin directory (hanging off of root) would contain very basic commands, like ls, mv and rm; the kind of commands that would come pre-installed in all UNIX/Linux installations, the bare minimum to run and maintain a system. /usr/bin on the other hand would contain stuff the users would install and run to use the system as a work station, things like word processors, web browsers, and other apps.

But many modern Linux distributions just put everything into /usr/bin and have /bin point to /usr/bin just in case erasing it completely would break something. So, while Debian, Ubuntu and Mint still keep /bin and /usr/bin (and /sbin and /usr/sbin) separate; others, like Arch and its derivatives just have one “real” directory for binaries, /usr/bin, and the rest or *bins are “fake” directories that point to /usr/bin.
  • /srv: The /srv directory contains data for servers. If you are running a web server from your Linux box, your HTML files for your sites would go into /srv/http (or /srv/www). If you were running an FTP server, your files would go into /srv/ftp.
  • /sys: /sys is another virtual directory like /proc and /dev and also contains information from devices connected to your computer.
In some cases you can also manipulate those devices. I can, for example, change the brightness of the screen of my laptop by modifying the value stored in the /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:02.0/drm/card1/card1-eDP-1/intel_backlight/brightness file (on your machine you will probably have a different file). But to do that you have to become superuser. The reason for that is, as with so many other virtual directories, messing with the contents and files in /sys can be dangerous and you can trash your system. DO NOT TOUCH until you are sure you know what you are doing.

  • /tmp: /tmp contains temporary files, usually placed there by applications that you are running. The files and directories often (not always) contain data that an application doesn’t need right now, but may need later on.  You can also use /tmp to store your own temporary files — /tmp is one of the few directories hanging off / that you can actually interact with without becoming superuser.
  • /var: /var was originally given its name because its contents was deemed variable, in that it changed frequently. Today it is a bit of a misnomer because there are many other directories that also contain data that changes frequently, especially the virtual directories we saw above.

Be that as it may, /var contains things like logs in the /var/log subdirectories. Logs are files that register events that happen on the system. If something fails in the kernel, it will be logged in a file in /var/log; if someone tries to break into your computer from outside, your firewall will also log the attempt here. It also contains spools for tasks. These “tasks” can be the jobs you send to a shared printer when you have to wait because another user is printing a long document, or mail that is waiting to be delivered to users on the system.

Your system may have some more directories we haven’t mentioned above. In the screenshot, for example, there is a /snap directory. That’s because the shot was captured on an Ubuntu system. Ubuntu has recently incorporated snap packages as a way of distributing software. The /snap directory contains all the files and the software installed from snaps.

Source: https://www.linux.com/tutorials/linux-filesystem-explained/
NOTE: Also, as for MacOS and BSD, I know MacOS's history involved a lot more such as NeXTSTEP/Mach OS/BSD/Darwin etc, but I only mentioned BSD because more people have heard of it and I didn't want to get into the whole evolution of Mac to keep the video shorter.

Video de 2018 de 16 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbgzrKJvDRw

divendres, 11 d’octubre de 2019

Ubuntu Linux Setup hot corners with compiz




Hey guys a quick tutorial on how to set up hot corners using compiz.
NOTE: A little oldfashioned. Based on Unity
Video de 2012 de 7.09 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFHLfbx3Hbs

dijous, 10 d’octubre de 2019

15 Best Linux Applications that You MUST HAVE in 2019



We will be exploring the top 15 Linux apps of 2019. These apps greatly enhance the functionality of your PC by bringing innovative features to You. Free cloud storage, Android messaging and Whatsapp, Photoshop for Linux, TV, Wireless file sharing and many more features will be discussed in this video.

  1. Messaging and email application: Rambox: https://rambox.pro/#home
  2. Multimedia Center: Kodi: https://kodi.tv/download/850
  3. System Cleaner: Stacer: https://github.com/oguzhaninan/Stacer
  4. Book reader and organizer: Calibre https://calibre-ebook.com/download_linux
  5. Backup and recovery tool: Timeshift: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShW7NcmhqAE
  6. Desktop: Gnome
  7. Video editor: KdenLive: https://kdenlive.org/en/
  8. Software manager: Synaptic: sudo apt install synaptic
  9. Media Player: VLC https://kdenlive.org/en/
  10. file transfer: NitroShare:
  11. Browser: Chromium Browser (preserves your privacy)
  12. Image editor: Gimp
  13. Cloud storage and sync: Mega : https://mega.nz/sync
  14. Notepad: SimpleNote
  15. Huge game catalog: Steam
Video de maig de 2019 de 14.46 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5cvg9XKEL8

dimecres, 9 d’octubre de 2019

Distribuciones Linux Para Programadores y Desarrolladores de Aplicaciones




Este video es una lista de 5 distribuciones de Linux que principalmente estan enfocadas a Programación y Desarrollo. Estas distros son Ubuntu, Debian, Centos, Fedora y Arch, las cuales si lo notas son distros bases, es decir que a partir de ellas surgen muchas otras distros variantes. Por lo general cualquier distro Linux te sirve para programar, pero algunas de estas distros estan dedicadas a usuarios con mucha más experiencia en Linux. Además es bastante comun encontrar a Linux en servidores o en el uso de administracion de sistemas, pero en este video me enfocare en el uso de Linux en una estación de trabajo.

  1. Ubuntu 19.04 (derivada d'Ubuntu)
  2. Debian i derivades: Kali, Parrot OS, Raspbian
  3. CentOS (Redhat)  desenvolupament i servidors
  4. Fedora (Redhat)
  5. Arch (ve sense desktop) derivades: Manjaro

Video de setembre de 2019 de 8.47 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDTk8IfQs70

dimarts, 8 d’octubre de 2019

Curso Javascript para Principiantes



Javascript es uno de los lenguajes de programación más populares actualmente, ademas de ser una tecnología fundamental de la web, ya que todos los sitios web utilizan Javascript, aunque puede ser utilizado en otros entornos, como aplicaciones de escritorio, aplicaciones moviles, aplicaciones de servidor y mucho más. Este curso es una introducción práctica a Javascript, conoceremos su sintaxis básicas y aprenderás los fundamentos del Lenguaje.

Video d'una hora i 59 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqQ1d1qEWlE

dilluns, 7 d’octubre de 2019

Installing Programs in Linux | Windows to Linux



In this video, I go over installing programs in Linux when switching from Windows to Linux. I am going over Software Store, Terminal Installs, and Compiling programs.

1. Software store GUI
2. Terminal apt install
3. Compiling from GitHub

Video de 2019 de 12.01 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCw3adAYuUg

diumenge, 6 d’octubre de 2019

Customizing Your First Linux Install | Windows to Linux



In this video, I go over customizing your first Linux install to make it more friendly to users going from Windows to Linux.
We are switching the Desktop Environment from GNOME to KDE and customizing KDE to better suit our needs.

Video de 2019 de minuts de duració
Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yv_kQf37vU0

dissabte, 5 d’octubre de 2019

Bootstrap 4 Navbar Concepts | BOOTSTRAP 4 TUTORIAL



The responsive navbar is one of the most important components Bootstrap 4 offers. Learn more about it in this Bootstrap tutorial?
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With the Bootstrap 4 navbar help, you can easily add an automatically-collapsing (configured by you though) navbar to connect the different pages of your website. Learn more about the navbar core concepts in this Bootstrap 4 tutorial.

Video 2018 de 12.28 de minuts de duració.
Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23bpce-5s8I

divendres, 4 d’octubre de 2019

dijous, 3 d’octubre de 2019

Responsive Navbar with Bootstrap 4



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Video de gener de 2018 de 15.37 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0uNai3XyKQ

dimecres, 2 d’octubre de 2019

Cómo poner en sentido horizontal una o varias páginas en Writer de LibreOffice



En ciertos casos necesitamos utilizar una orientación distinta de la del resto del documento para una o varias páginas. Por ejemplo, para que se visualice mejor un plano o una imagen apaisada, etc. Writer, al igual que la mayoría de los procesadores de texto, por defecto inserta las páginas en sentido vertical. Por lo tanto, veremos cómo a través de los estilos y saltos de página conseguiremos nuestro objetivo.

Video de 2015 de 3.34 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_KvFJ8_hyg

dimarts, 1 d’octubre de 2019

Programas para Linux 2019



¿Te quieres pasar a Linux? O ¿Eres nuevo en Linux? En este vídeo te mostraré programas de Linux equivalentes a los de Windows (Alternativas), los cuales, son gratuitos, compatibles con GNU Linux y muy completos, para varios propósitos, ya que muestro programas de ofimática, gráficos, multimedia y algunas herramientas.

Ofimática
LibreOffice: La más conocida y utilizada es LibreOffice, la cual, en cuanto a funcionalidad es muy parecida a su archienemiga. Dispone de varios programas, los típicos, el procesador de texto, hojas de cálculo y presentaciones.

Aunque también incluye algunos más, como bases de datos, fórmulas matemáticas y un de dibujo. WPS Office: otra suite ofimática, también muy recomendada, en cuanto a su interfaz, muy parecida a la de Microsoft. Aunque este sólo incluye los 3 programas típicos de una suite ofimática.

Onlyoffice: el cual es muy parecido al anterior, ya que también solo incluye 3 programas y su interfaz también es muy parecida a la de Microsoft Office.

Multimedia
Clementine : Si te gusta escuchar música y te gusta la fruta, Clementine es un gran reproductor de música y audio. Este fantástico reproductor no tiene nada que envidiar al Reproductor de Windows.

VLC: Pero espera… Si lo que prefieres es ver películas o ver vídeos. Entonces te presento a un todo terreno: VLC. VLC es un reproductor multimedia y, a decir verdad, este puede con cualquier formato de vídeo. Incluso con cualquier formato de audio.

KdenLive : ¡Ah! Y si a parte de ver vídeo también te gusta crear tus propias obras audiovisuales. Tengo un programa que te va a gustar: KdenLive (Un editor de video muy similar a Premiere). Con este, puedes manipular, editar, retocar y aplicar efectos a tus vídeos.

Audacity: Pero si en lugar de editar vídeos, te gusta retocar pistas de audio. (O necesitas hacerlo). Audacity te puede ser de gran utilidad. Es un programa muy sencillo, pero a la vez muy útil para aplicar mejoras o retoques en las pistas de audio.

Gráficos
Krita: es un fantástico programa repleto de funciones y herramientas que logra hacerle la competencia a PhotoShop. Por tanto, es un candidato bastante bueno, no solamente para manipular imágenes, también para dibujar.

Utilidades
BleachBit: es un programa muy similar a CCleaner, pues su uso principal es ayudarnos con la limpieza de archivos basura. Así como borrar archivos temporales, caché de los programas, miniaturas de las imágenes, entre otras cosas.

Stacer: Si no te gusta BleachBit, entonces puedes probar con Stacer, el cual cumple las mismas funcionalidades.

PeaZip: WinRAR es un compresor de archivos muy famoso en Windows. Y muy utilizado. Pero en Linux no lo necesitamos, pues tenemos a PeaZip, que hace exactamente lo mismo. Y bastante similar a su equivalente de Windows, ya que su interfaz es muy parecida.

Notepadqq: Y en cuanto al bloc de notas, no puedo mostrarte ningún programa de Linux equivalente. Precisamente porque los que hay en Linux son mejores. Notepadqq es un genial editor de texto, pero a diferencia del bloc de notas de Windows, es muy completo, y está repleto de herramientas. A parte de ser bueno para crear archivos de texto, también puede servirte para programar. Quizás este programa sea más parecido al famoso Notepad plus plus de Windows, y no al bloc de notas.

Video d'abril de 2019 de 8.34 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPNUvNP1UGw

dilluns, 30 de setembre de 2019

¿Qué Distribución de Linux Instalar?




Utilizar #Linux por primera vez puede volverse difícil si no sabemos que #distribución escoger para empezar. Y lo más importante es que, la primera distribución que utilicemos será la que hará que o bien tengamos una opinión positiva de Linux o no, por eso es importante escoger la correcta si nunca antes habíamos utilizado Linux.
En este vídeo recomiendo 3 distribuciones de Linux que pueden ser, según mi opinión, adecuadas para un usuario principiante: Lubuntu, Linux Mint y KDE Neon. 

Video de febrer 2019 de 7.15 minuts de duració.
Molt bàsic i necessari: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-aXSOz_pbc

diumenge, 29 de setembre de 2019

ANTES DE USAR LINUX - 5 Cosas que Debes Saber




¿Eres nuevo en Linux? Fantástico, porque en este vídeo te explicaré algunas cosillas que debes de tener en cuenta y que es importante que sepas si vas a utilizar este sistema operativo. Linux es muy diferente a Windows, y si los comparamos, podríamos sacarle muchísimas diferencias, aunque, debido a la imposibilidad de enumerarlas todas, en el vídeo solo te comentaré algunas muy concretas.

1 Los programas
Los programas, quizás una de las más notables, pues tanto en Windows como en Linux es posible hacer las mismas tareas cotidianas que pueda tener un usuario normal, aunque, eso sí, hay que tener en cuenta que los programas de Linux no serán los mismos que utilizabas en Windows, lo cual, significa que tendrás que aprender a utilizar programas nuevos. Aunque, de todos modos, no todos los programas serán nuevos, ya que muchos también son multiplataformas y los puedes encontrar en ambas plataformas.

2 La calidad
La calidad de los programas es algo que no debes despreciar en el mundo de Linux, pues mucha gente piensa que los programas de Linux no tienen la misma calidad que los de Windows por el simple hecho de que en Linux, la mayoría de estos son gratuitos. ¡Pero te diré algo! Hay programas de Linux mejores que algunos programas de Windows… Y al revés, hay programas de Windows mejores que algunos programas de Linux.

3 Hay un repositorio tienda para los programas.
Los ejecutables… en Windows, los usuarios están acostumbrados a instalar los programas después de haberlos estado buscando en internet. En Linux, también hay programas repartidos por la red, aunque, la mayoría se encuentran en repositorios y en tiendas como la de Ubuntu, donde simplemente, con un par de clics, puedes instalar todos aquellos programas, o al menos, la gran mayoría de los que vas a necesitar. Al estilo Android.

4-Experimentar
Si eres nuevo, vas a experimentar algo llamado “DistroHopping”. Término utilizado para referirse a aquellos usuarios, noveles o expertos en este mundo, que continuamente están cambiando de distribución. Algo muy habitual, especialmente en los usuarios novatos o recién llegados debido a la curiosidad por descubrir como es Linux y todas las posibilidades que ofrece. En este caso, para probar la gran cantidad de distribuciones que hay, hasta que encuentran una que les llena.

5-Sin malware
Y finalmente, el malware. Algo que es muy habitual en Windows, pero no en Linux. GNU/Linux es un sistema operativo muy robusto, lo cual hace que sea difícil encontrarse con un malware, y no solamente por eso, también por la baja cuota de mercado que tiene, aunque, prefiero pensar que es por lo primero que he dicho. Por eso mismo, en Linux no tendrás que preocuparte por todo esto, y podrás invertir más tiempo en productividad en lugar de estar formateando o limpiando el ordenador.

Video de setembre de 2019 de 9.48 minuts de duració.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xW1cWEBVRAM

dissabte, 28 de setembre de 2019

Aprende JavaScript en 15 Minutos




Aprende lo fundamental de la programación y de JavaScript. Uno de los lenguajes más usados y demandados actualmente que nos permite añadir dinamismo y contenido interactivo a una web. Te enseñaré como empezar en JavaScript y como trabajar con variables, operadores, estructuras de control, arrays y mucho más. Todo en 15 minutos, desde cero y paso a paso.

Video de setembre de 2019 de 19.05 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9fwkpxr3Dw

divendres, 27 de setembre de 2019

Windows VS Linux - ¿Cual es más difícil?



Suele ser habitual pensar que #Linux es más #difícil que #Windows ya que muchos usuarios están acostumbrados a utilizar Windows desde hace muchísimo tiempo y por tanto, el siempre hecho de probar algo diferente les supone algo bastante costoso. También suele ser habitual pensar que Linux es difícil por falta de información. Pues mucha gente piensa que es complicado porque hay que escribir comandos, cuando realmente esto ya no es así. Linux en sus inicios, al igual que Windows, si había que utilizar comandos, por eso ya ha cambiado con el paso del tiempo. Escoger la distribución correcta también es un factor muy importante, pues en Linux hay diferentes distribuciones, y no todas tienen la misma dificultad.

Video de gener de 2019 de 10.25 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8v6oQujUq0

dijous, 26 de setembre de 2019

Me paso a GNU/Linux definitivamente - KDE NEON




Os cuento mi decisión de pasarme definitivamente al software libre en mi día a día profesional y laboral. Mi elección ha sido KDE NEON, en este vídeo os explico los motivos.

Video de febrer de 2018 de 13.05 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awmpcr7ZaCY

dimecres, 25 de setembre de 2019

Remmina en Linux | Cliente de escritorio remoto RDP. Instalación y uso




Remmina: Client RDP (Escriptori Remot) open source per a Linux.

Obrim una consola i afegim Remmina al repositori del nostre Linux (exemple Ubuntu)

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:remmina-ppa-team/remmina-next

Actualitzem e instal·lem l'aplicació
sudo apt update
sudo apt install remmina remmina-plugin-rdp libfreerdp-plugins-standard

Vídeo de 2017  de 7.51 minuts de duració
Link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riShz59AXHI

dimarts, 24 de setembre de 2019

Cloud Computing Fundamentals




Everyone is talking about cloud computing but what exactly is it? Watch this video to get a simple and concise definition of public, private and hybrid clouds, along with a brief explanation of all the key terminology. You’ll also learn how a cloud computing solution can help your business.
Cloud computing is a model for allowing convenient on-demand access from anywhere to a shared pool of computing resources. These can include servers storage, networking applications and services that can be rapidly and easily provisioned and released.

The cloud model includes five  essential characteristics
1- On-demand self-service
2- Broad network access
3- Resource pooling
4- Rapid elasticity
5- Metering

Customers generally choose one of three options for their cloud deployments either public private or hybrid cloud:

  1. A private cloud is provisioned for the exclusive use of a single organization the infrastructure is usually owned managed and operated by the organization within its own firewall
  2. A public cloud infrastructure is open for use by the general public this type of cloud is owned managed and operated by a cloud service provider and runs on the providers premises.
  3. A hybrid cloud allows a user to access both private and public cloud resources from a single management environment

In addition there are three distinct types of IT services available today through public private and hybrid clouds.

  1. The first is software as a service or SAS SAS allows users to access an application without having to manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructure examples of SAS are Gmail or salesforce.com
  2. The second is platform as a service or pass platform as-a-service gives users access to a software development environment to allow them to create their own cloud applications using programming languages libraries services and tools the user has control over these applications without having to manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructure an example of PAAS is cloud foundry.
  3. The third cloud service and the one that's most widely viewed as a cloud is infrastructure as a service or IAAAS an infrastructure as a service cloud allows a user to quickly and easily provision full computing resources including processing storage and networks without the user having to manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructure. An example of a private cloud infrastructure as a service is Suse opens stack.

Video de 2015 de 5:51 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uroryFU78gM

dilluns, 23 de setembre de 2019

Encriptación PGP y Keybase | MundoHackers




Os enseño a encriptar mensajes vía PGP y utilizar la herramienta Keybase. Cualquier duda podéis hacer uso de la sección de comentarios aquí abajo.

Video de 2017 de 20.11 minuts
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DG-gwAqWQHk

diumenge, 22 de setembre de 2019

MÚSICA PARA VIDEOS DE YOUTUBE GRATIS - 5 sitios para descargar canciones para tus videos



Alguna vez has estado horas buscando música gratis para tus videos de Youtube que sea libre de derechos de autor??? Pues en este video te digo cómo buscar música sin copyright :D

SUSCRÍBETE A MI CANAL: http://bit.ly/SoniaAliciaYTSub

SITIOS MENCIONADOS EN EL VIDEO:
1. Música con copyright que puedes usar: https://www.youtube.com/music_policies
2. Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/
- Free Music For Vlogs: https://soundcloud.com/freemusicforvlogs
- Lakey Inspired: https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired
- Jay Someday: https://soundcloud.com/jaysomeday
- Baoj: https://soundcloud.com/baoj
- PYC: https://soundcloud.com/pyc
3. Epidemic Sound: http://www.epidemicsound.com
4. Free Sound: https://freesound.org/
5. Librería de Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary

Video de maig de 2019 de 9.02 minuts de duració
Link:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfepvvK-eN8

dissabte, 21 de setembre de 2019

Make a bootable USB drive on any Linux distro



To make a bootable USB drive on any Linux distribution, you need to learn just one command. This command is dd and I explain how to use it in the video.

"dd" simply writes any ISO image to a USB flash. By using dd you can make a bootable USB on any Linux system, by writing an installation image to the usb drive. You can make a bootable USB on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian, OpenSuse, Arch Linux etc. You can also use this approach to make a bootable Windows USB drive, if you write a Windows ISO file to the USB drive.

Here is the summary of the procedure:
# Write ISO to your USB flash drive:
sudo dd bs=4M if=/path/to/iso of=/dev/sdX status=progress && sync 

Replace /dev/sdX with your device name here and below.
To find out the device name, check your devices with sudo fdisk -l 

# Restore your USB flash drive
Clean your flash drive:
sudo wipefs --all /dev/sdX 

Create a new partition:
sudo cfdisk /dev/sdX 
And format this partition as FAT file system:
sudo mkfs.vfat -n 'yourlabel' /dev/sdX1 

Video de 2017 de 5.17 minuts.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpGgTTFKwiU
Per veure més: http://moltsbits.blogspot.com/search/label/USB

divendres, 20 de setembre de 2019

8 Areas where Linux is BETTER than Windows 10



Recently, I published a video titled "Is Linux too hard to use ?". After a fair number of views and comments, I got the impression that while Linux has some drawbacks, it also does a lot of things better than Windows, so here is a recap of what I think Linux is better at than Windows.

1- Updates
On Linux, everything is updated from your App Center, Software Center, or package manager, whatever it is called on your distribution. On Windows, system updates and application updates are separated between Windows Update and the windows store. Applications installed from outside of the windows store have their own update mechanism. It really is easier to manage every app, whether it's a package, a flatpak, a snap or a system component from the exact same interface.

2 - Everything is in the package manager 
Every available software is in your distribution's package manager or software center. Windows's store is woefully understocked, often lacking the good quality options you can find directly from the developer's website. This means that some apps you can install from the Store, some you'll have to browse for, or use a third party app to manage. On Linux, if some applications are not in your default repositories, you can simply add a repo to your package manager. Distros based on Arch are even better stocked, with the AUR that has virtually every piece of software you'd ever want to run.

3 - Security 
Windows is the most used OS, and as such, is the most targeted by malware, viruses, ransomwares, and such. Its architecture is less secure, and its installation methods are prone to getting an infected computer. Linux has less market share on the desktop, and is a much smaller target, so it simply doesn't get many viruses or malware. Linux is, however, the most used server OS, and is largely hailed as a very secure option. Its architecture is also safer by default, requiring a root password to install programs. In the end, it's way easier to keep a system safe and secure on Linux.

4 - Privacy 
No Linux distro collects any personal information by default. Sure, you have some distros asking you for telemetry data, but nothing personal is being shared, only some computer specs. In comparison, Windows 10 has a bunch of screens right at the start of the configuration of a new PC, that ask the user to select what they want or don't want collected, with some screens not even giving the option to opt out completely of data collection. So, in the end, no need to go fiddle with the settings to disable every checkbox the OS has activated for you, on Linux, this collection doesn't exist.

5- Disk space 
By default, a Linux install uses less than 10Gb for most distros. A default Win10 install uses about 15gb, and can grow to enormous sizes since after every update, a "windows.old" folder is kept, basically keeping the previous version of most system files. Linux makes it easy to manage disk space usage by leaving your storage available for what you really need it for: programs, files, games, or whatever else you want to store.

6 - Customization 
Welcome to the wonderful world of themes, extensions, and even desktop environments. On Linux, you can pretty much change anything you like, from the panels, the icons, the theme, and even the behavior of the windows, the position of the window controls, and much much more. On Windows 10 ? You can change the color and use a dark theme. Want to go beyond that ? Good luck using third party, potentially insecure apps that might break your system after each update.

7 - Consistency and user experience
Linux as a whole, and most desktop environments offer a coherent, cohesive way to do things. The apps from a given desktop environment look the same, behave the same, there are no duplicates, and everything is pretty simple by default. Compare this to Windows 10, where users are faced with windows 98 interfaces, mixed with some Windows 7 experiences, and some newer "fluent" Windows 10 applications. Settings are duplicated between a newer settings app that doesn't have everything, and a control panel that is getting increasingly irrelevant. Title bars don't always look the same.

8 - Out of the box experience 
Sure, you have to install Linux on your computer. But once you installed it, it's pretty much a complete experience, with everything you need. No need to spend time removing crapware, or some manufacturer's terrible software. On a pre installed windows computer, you can spend hours uninstalling obtuse software you never asked for, sometimes making itself very hard to remove, and even pure windows 10 ships with ads and bloatware installed.

Vídeo de 2019 de 6.51 minuts de duració
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEnJcB03Bb4