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Jan. 7, 2022, 1:03 a.m. | /u/oldronin1999

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I got involved with Linux back in 1992 in large part because I thought it would be more private and secure. I've been on a Linux machine exclusively since 1993. Late last year it occurred to me that both security and privacy might be better on a more locked down and audited machine, say what the government might be using....

While not as flexible as my old Fedora and Ubuntu machines I've found that I feel more secure running Red …

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