Which OS (Operating Systeym) do you think is best (Page 9)
DEEP dysanthropy: that is true, bot not idiot proof, and a lot of those macdogs and wondoze lickers slide right under the limbo pole of responsible downloading
canadastitan: Do like I do Just put specialized hack versions onto a live cd or boot-able thumb drive, or install it to it;s own special computer ..
I myself use the one i have 14 operating systems on without worry as there are anti everything in all the hack versions and only one boots up at a time in its own hd partition
DEEP dysanthropy: from what i can tell, it is very difficult to get a slipstream hacked into a live flash
canadastitan: I found Avast is the best and use it a lot to clean others computers then i set them up with total online security usually with avast so they do not get hacked again
DEEP dysanthropy: a live wont even accept sudo for package manager, hacking into it cant be quick and easy, tho, assumedly possible. its not like it ree-expandsthe .iso every boot
canadastitan: Mac is an extremely good system for graphics but there are incredibly good free graphic vector and drafting apps for Linux , just look for that flavor
DEEP dysanthropy: now, an iso can be slipped via remote, but the likelihood is just a bit higher than getting a bios bug
DEEP dysanthropy: well, i must cede that the topic does imply opinions. i just have a multi-faceted approach, as you seem to, as well- no need to get caught up on the particulars
canadastitan: yes you should download various versions and check them out and if you like to type command sudo lines you can do that with all versions of linux in terminal..
there are a lot of iso apps in all flavors of linux..
canadastitan: there are many network manager apps that will help you isolate or connect your ops the way you want
DEEP dysanthropy: just the sudo password to make system changes, package installs and such feels safer than uac permissions; however, a moving mouse on your screen triggering installs should be a clue that something is amiss
canadastitan: If your looking for sudo passwords for various versions of linux try username root password tool
canadastitan: when installing most versions of linux to a hard drive there will be a installation prompt that will let you set your own password
DEEP dysanthropy: linux is something perfectly suitable to those who have the initiative to get outside their comfort zone; however, with standard business user apps, open and libre occasionally have to play catch-up. wine is largely suitable, but a busines linux system usually come from linux servers, from the top down. thats a total restaffing of the it dept
DEEP dysanthropy: i remember the days where our it dept integrated a unix server/terminal system with windows 95- i didnt think it was wise that each 95 user terminal had internet access
DEEP dysanthropy: 30 years later, we still have such concerns over hospital systems, and online medical records
canadastitan: look for business flavors of linux.. they are there then set up your main server as certain administers that have control over what each connected terminal can do and control what they do with the internet, it should be easy to set up a total network for any type of company .. you just have to have one unlimited control admin over all others, you should also be able to set up each user in the network with which group of apps they can use and you can monitor all of it if you are the main admin