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Hi I am new to this forum and relatively new to Linux, although it's streets ahead of Windows. I am still finding it hard to wean myself of off the ...
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- 12-14-2008 #1
- Join Date
- Dec 2008
Hi & HTML/XML editor
Hi I am new to this forum and relatively new to Linux, although it's streets ahead of Windows. I am still finding it hard to wean myself of off the aforementioned. Can anyone recommend a good HTML/XML editor to run of My Sabayon O/S? I have another question, and it might be a little naive. But is it necessary to be Firewalled and have a antivirus for my O/S. Or can I surf with pretty much impunity. Thanks for your help.
- 12-14-2008 #2
Debian GNU/Linux -- You know you want it.
- 12-14-2008 #3
Hi, Cog! Welcome to LinuxForums!
Not into HTML/XML personally, so I'll let some other member field that one. But as far as AV, I wouldn't worry about it too much. Here is a really good link to answer your questions about AV and Firewalls: http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/lin...-security.html
- 12-14-2008 #4
- 12-14-2008 #5
I have a hardware firewall and I run ClamAV. I only run the antivirus because I get files from Windows users and then I sometimes have to forward them to other Windows users. I feel I am being a good citizen somehow.
For a web editor, the best I have found is Komodo Edit
- 12-14-2008 #6Aloof linux user #whatever.
I tested off the charts for MENSA. Unfortunately, it was off the wrong end of the chart.
- 12-14-2008 #7
- Join Date
- May 2004
- arch linux
- 12-18-2008 #8
Well, HTML/XML you can program easily with any text editor. I am still one of the crazy ones, who use Vi, but Gedit is also good.
For a firewall, I just use Firestarter. :P