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If you want a complicated distro, Arch is the best. Reasons No graphical installation. You'll have to run commands to install it. That includes- Setting up the partitions, Installing the system, Configuring locales, time etc. , Setting up internet. During installation, you will be able to "handpick" ackages that you want. This will increase your knowledge ...


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the latest 64 bit Puppy works great for me, but only as a dual-boot to Windows, since the Nvidia drivers for it suck and no keyboard/fan control. Should note that controls set up in Windows stick after booting to Linux, though. Battery life is top shelf, speed beats the pants off of Windows. The only real downside is the touchscreen is FUBAR on Puppy. May as ...


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The good thing of Linux is that every Linux can be tuned up to be equal secure than other one. So, select your favorite distro to start over and begin to secure it in the way you prefer. If you want to hardening your Linux distro, check out these topics: Users / groups privileges (don't do everything as root) IPTables (Linux firewall) SELinux Encrypt ...



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