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Old 19 March 2015, 12:16   #4
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Originally Posted by matthey View Post
I installed Cinnamon Mint Linux on an old PC to try it out. It's supposed to be one of the easiest to use Unix descendants. Users who only browse the web might be happy but I tried to setup SMB and do some programming. It's sudo this and sudo that enter password again and again.
Well that's your fault for not configuring sudo correctly. Don't blame your own inexperience on the software.

Originally Posted by matthey
Sure, the Amiga needs to get better at security, maybe up to what WindowsXP was.
Wtf? How many Amigas have been infected by viruses/malware from web sites, emails, documents, etc? Zero. How many XP machines have been? Millions.

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