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    SSH/Linux commands for Seedbox

    Anyone know a good tutorial for learning ssh/linux commands for seedbox configuration?

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    I often use this cheat sheet here

    But if you mean a tutorial on how to set one up command by command I would rather suggest you look into one of the set up scripts as they aren't command heavy and you could save yourself a migraine or two. This scripts being rtinst if you want super light weight and then there is quickbox and swillzle on the other end of the spectrum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hellogoodbye View Post
    Anyone know a good tutorial for learning ssh/linux commands for seedbox configuration?
    You need to install seedbox you dont have to learn all good commands,also command vary from OS to OS Debian/Ubuntu uses "apt" and Centos uses "yum",there is lot of difference in the command lines.

    better see QUICKBOX and RTINST as initial user.
    @HoneyBadger22 said it correct.

    This are simple guides with hardly any commnads.
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