1. Episode 89 - The gunzip command introduction VOD

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    This episode shows how to use the "gunzip" command to decompress a file that is in the gzip file format.

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    • Episode 88 - The gzip command introduction VOD

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      This episode shows how to use the "gzip" command to compress a file using the namesake file suffix.

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      • Episode 87 - The zip & unzip commands introduction VOD

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        This episode shows the basics of using the "zip" and "unzip" commands for creating and extracting compressed archive files containing the .zip file suffix.

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        • Episode 86 - Package management: brew commands VOD

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          This episode covers the most common commands used by the "brew" package management system, such as doctor, outdated, missing and several others.

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          • Episode 85 - Package management: brew introduction VOD

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            This episode provides a brief introduction to "brew", which a package management system available for OSX, with details on how to access its help documentation as well as how to install brew from the command line.

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            • Episode 84 - The curl command introduction VOD

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              This episode shows an example of using the "curl" command to download the Pow web server.

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              • Episode 83 - The kill command introduction VOD

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                This episode shows how to use the "kill" command to send signals to a process, which can be done using signal names or numbers, process ids or job specs.

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                • Episode 82 - The fg command introduction VOD

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                  This episode shows how to use the bash shell "fg" builtin command to bring background processes to the foreground.

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                  • Episode 81 - The bg command introduction VOD

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                    This episode shows how to use the "bg" command to send running processes in the current terminal to the background.

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                    • Episode 80 - Background jobs introduction VOD

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                      This episode shows how to use an ampersand symbol to run commands in the background.

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