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Tutorials

These tutorials provide a step-by-step process to doing development and dev-ops activities on Ubuntu machines, servers or devices.

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landscape, fips, server

Manage UA Client FIPS configurations at scale with Landscape

Use Landscape’s dashboard to identify manage machines with the Ubuntu Advantage FIPS entitlement enabled

Difficulty:1 out of 5
landscape, security, server, desktop

Blocking Software Package Installation with Landscape

Granular software restrictions are a trivial activity with Landscape.

Difficulty:1 out of 5
landscape, esm, server, desktop, cloud

Audit UA Client ESM configurations at scale with Landscape

Patch vulnerabilities across your entire Ubuntu estate, even legacy workloads

Difficulty:1 out of 5
landscape, esm, server, desktop, cloud

Enable ESM configurations at scale with UA Client and Landscape

Enable ESM to preempt software risks from stale, legacy software

Difficulty:1 out of 5
landscape, ubuntu advantage, security, server, desktop, cloud

Test and deploy individual CVE fixes with UA Client and Landscape

Perform phased rollouts of individual CVE fixes

Difficulty:1 out of 5
landscape, livepatch, ubuntu, server, desktop

Add Livepatch graphs in Landscape

Learn how to chart kernel live patching activities over time with Landscape’s custom graphs.

Difficulty:1 out of 5
landscape, livepatch, ubuntu, server, desktop

Manage Livepatch configurations at scale with Landscape

Enable or disable live kernel patching on Ubuntu machines through the Landscape dashboard

Difficulty:1 out of 5
landscape, fips, server

Audit UA Client FIPS configurations at scale with Landscape

Use Landscape’s dashboard to identify which machines have the Ubuntu Advantage FIPS entitlement enabled

Difficulty:1 out of 5
landscape, livepatch, server

Monitor Livepatch configurations at scale with Landscape

Monitor live kernel patching on Ubuntu machines with the Landscape dashboard

Difficulty:1 out of 5
cloud, server, aws

How to use AWS SSM Session Manager for accessing Ubuntu Pro instances

How to use AWS SSM Session Manager for accessing Ubuntu instances without using a SSH connection

Difficulty:1 out of 5
server

Apply kernel patches without rebooting

Learn how to install and run Ubuntu’s Livepatch service to get critical kernel patches without rebooting.

Difficulty:1 out of 5
server

Install and Configure Samba

Install and configure Samba to share files across a network.

Difficulty:1 out of 5
cloud, server, aws

Search and launch Ubuntu 22.04 in AWS using CLI

Search and launch Ubuntu 22.04 in AWS using CLI

Difficulty:2 out of 5
server

Testing the self-healing of ZFS on Ubuntu 20.04

Enabling ZFS on 20.04, creating a test pool and recovering from deliberate disk “corruption” with ZFS mirrored vdevs

Difficulty:2 out of 5
desktop, multipass, ubuntu, server, libvirt, landscape

Multipass and libvirt VMs on Ubuntu, managed via Landscape

Launch a VM via Multipass on Ubuntu, set up Landscape in this isolated environment, and configure it to monitor and manage all your other Ubuntu VMs.

Difficulty:2 out of 5
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