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    Never-before-seen malware has infected hundreds of Linux and Windows devices

    I was thinking back to this video: https://invidious.tiekoetter.com/watch?v=49eBJAKyrls DistroTube does mention SSHing into your machine, but the article highly suggests always using a cryptographic key when doing that
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    Never-before-seen malware has infected hundreds of Linux and Windows devices

    I wonder if IT departments use Qubes on a regular basis?
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    There was a recent shooting in the town I work in (an ex-navy seal had shell-shock and killed...

    There was a recent shooting in the town I work in (an ex-navy seal had shell-shock and killed his wife and her kids from a previous relationship). My coworker, who lives in that town, was heartbroken over the kids being scared from that. To show her compassion, I texted her a video of Mister...
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    Because taking care of my parents has become increasingly time-consuming, and I recently...

    Because taking care of my parents has become increasingly time-consuming, and I recently suffered another burnout at work, I've decided I'm going to quit my job and go into sales, as it would have a more flexible schedule. To make myself better at sales, I'm going to get back into a reselling...
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    Good luck with that!

    Good luck with that!
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    Was listening to Taylor Dayne just now :) https://invidious.snopyta.org/watch?v=TQEGZi7dEhs

    Was listening to Taylor Dayne just now :) https://invidious.snopyta.org/watch?v=TQEGZi7dEhs
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    Although I was hesitant to do so, I finally told my coworker how I felt about her, and she was...

    Although I was hesitant to do so, I finally told my coworker how I felt about her, and she was completely fine with it. Her fiance (and father of her 2 kids) died last December, and I've been helping her through that ever since. Because of that, working 3 jobs, and dealing her mom's cancer, she...
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    Microsoft Still Thinks Linux is a Cancer.

    What happens when your current laptop gets so old and worn out that you have to upgrade?
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    Microsoft Still Thinks Linux is a Cancer.

    Maybe a number of us could start our own tech services companies where we'd help a client install Linux (I honestly think installing it for them is hand-holding at that point), show them the documentation and help them get familiar with using it, sign them for forums like this one and help them...
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    Microsoft Still Thinks Linux is a Cancer.

    Well excuse me for using them as an example
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    Microsoft Still Thinks Linux is a Cancer.

    Linux hardware vendors should start selling their products in stores like BestBuy, rather than being online businesses only. I'm not sure what the challenges are in doing that, but at least if they did do that, normies would become exposed to it and some will become intrigued by it. Considering...
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    Microsoft Still Thinks Linux is a Cancer.

    Considering most current Linux users were once Windows users (myself included), that's not completely accurate. Yes, you'll have some Windows users who are the horses that don't want to drink the water, but then there's the other users who are open-minded enough to try Linux out. Its all based...
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    Microsoft Still Thinks Linux is a Cancer.

    While that would make sense from a Linux user standpoint, we only make up a small percentage of the desktop market. Because most of the population are sheep, they'll stick with Windows because it's common and familiar, and then get a (potentially) locked-down pc that Microshit is conditioning...
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    Distributing Copies of Riced Distros

    Because we all like to include features that didn't originally come with a distro, especially distros that are very basic by design, I'm wondering if its possible to create and distribute copies of riced distros? While it is true that each user configures their distro to their own liking, you...
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    Microsoft Still Thinks Linux is a Cancer.

    This is an example of Microsoft slowly taking a page of Apple's playbook. Correct me if I'm wrong, but couldn't you avoid all of this by getting a computer from a Linux hardware vendor?
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