And, as promised, the followup to part 1! Another IPv6 Crash Course For Linux: Real IPv6 Addresses, Routing, Name Services shows how to use real routable IPv6 addresses, setting up a router, and some tips on DNS for IPv6.
You may also enjoy Steven Vaughan-Nichols’ Who has, and who doesn’t have, IPv6 Support, which is all about the *fun of shopping for IPv6-enabled networking gear. Is it really such a hard question, “Does it support it: Y/N?”
*Not really fun at all.
IPv6 Crash Course For Linux is my fast, practical introduction to actually using IPv6. In part 1 on Linux.com learn about link-local IPv6 addressing for an instant ad-hoc LAN, how to discover and connect to your LAN neighbors, and how to assign and remove IP addresses from your network interfaces. In part 2 we’ll go out on the Internet using IPv6, and learn about name services and managing your local IPv6 network.
Whirlwind Intro to Audacity on Linux: From Recording to CD in One Lesson
“Audacity, the popular cross-platform software audio recorder and editor, is easy-to-learn yet very capable. To get started, I’ll show you how you can create your own CD in Audacity on Linux. From simple recording all the way to mastering the CD, you’ll learn the basics of doing audio production in Audacity.”