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October 31, 2011


Ehren Brav

Great to hear another lawyer advocate using linux! I'm a Debian user myself - very similar to Ubuntu - though you need to be aware of the very steep learning curve to becoming a really proficient user. It's very powerful, but can also take a while to pick up. I suggest getting a good introductory book on linux - it makes the learning process much, much easier!

Be cognizant, however, that ultimately security depends on the person securing the computer - a linux installation can be just as vulnerable as Windows if not configured properly! Just make sure you take the time to understand what you're doing - getting into linux opens up a whole new world of computing.

Gene Albert

It's not April 8th 2014 yet. . .

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