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    Secure boot is easy to turn off, it's in the...

    Secure boot is easy to turn off, it's in the Bios. I've found that even the signed distros don't like to install or even boot with that enabled. Look in security or boot in the BIOS for the option to...
  2. It's never a guarantee that you'll be rid of...

    It's never a guarantee that you'll be rid of information on your drive unless you physically destroy the drive. I'm a forensics student and can tell you with absolute certainty that data can be...
  3. TNFrank, regardless of the 4gb size limit, fat32...

    TNFrank, regardless of the 4gb size limit, fat32 is universal, ntfs is not. What if your buddy is running anything older than XP? (it happens, where I work is still on 'doze98) NTFS isn't supported....
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    There's a gui for wireshark, it's under the...

    There's a gui for wireshark, it's under the applications menu, Kali, network(I think) poke around you'll find it
  5. There's a registry edit somewhere that keeps them...

    There's a registry edit somewhere that keeps them installed. If you can nail down their processes you can find the call for them and kill them for good.
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    If you really want to get into the deep end try...

    If you really want to get into the deep end try dragora ;-)

    Slithering from the nether regions of a twisted mind and tarnished soul
  7. I use CentOS, the everything ISO. It's a large...

    I use CentOS, the everything ISO. It's a large distro, but very complete in terms of tools.

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    Thanks, I was unclear on the function of fstrim...

    Thanks, I was unclear on the function of fstrim so this explanation is appreciated. Learn new tools all the time:cool:

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    Doesn't fstrim do what defrag does in windows?...

    Doesn't fstrim do what defrag does in windows? Not sure how it works with Linux, but defragging a ssd is horrid, it uses about 10 times the amount of writes available and decreases the overall life...
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    Mine were too, aside from being wired Ethernet at...

    Mine were too, aside from being wired Ethernet at home. My nic drivers at home were due to the adapters I use not having Linux support out of the box, but I was wired in at school and still had...
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    I've played with it a bit for a college course,...

    I've played with it a bit for a college course, but it's rather tedious to learn after having grown accustomed to apt and yum. Perhaps I'll revisit it. Be warned though, I was only able to get one of...
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    Funnily enough, the guy that gives the lectures...

    Funnily enough, the guy that gives the lectures is holding an iPhone. That was enough for me to say no. If you want real instruction, visit XDA Developers.

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    There are some apps that can root various...

    There are some apps that can root various devices, towelroot being the newest. Go to XDA and find your device, then look in the general forums for instructions to root. If you have trouble, register...
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    It may be cinnamon, I think mint ships (or did)...

    It may be cinnamon, I think mint ships (or did) with that desktop.

    Slithering from the nether regions of a twisted mind and tarnished soul
  15. Several ISP providers use Ubuntu and CentOS 6 as...

    Several ISP providers use Ubuntu and CentOS 6 as their server bases. The server currently hosting a few of my web development clients is CentOS 6 and I've had very few issues. That said, I...
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    DSL (Damn Small Linux) may be a good fit, but if...

    DSL (Damn Small Linux) may be a good fit, but if you're planning to run a distro from a USB stick make sure you enable persistence. Distrowatch.com is a good resource for finding Linux distributions,...
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    Indeed you can. There's a tool called YUMI that...

    Indeed you can. There's a tool called YUMI that does this. You can find it at pendrivelinux.
    www pendrivelinux com/yumi-multiboot-usb-creator/

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