On Sunday, October 2, 2016 at 10:37:45 PM UTC-4, raah...@gmail.com wrote:
> On Sunday, October 2, 2016 at 9:03:03 PM UTC-4, nishi...@gmail.com wrote:
> > Uh ok, this ipv6 listening on my template set me in full paranoid mode. I 
> > have found disappointing to see ipv6 wasn't disabled on Debian template, 
> > but yea sorry, I went completely mad & full retard mode about Qubes on the 
> > rest.
> > 
> > I thought I was betrayed. I have been betrayed a lot by relatives but that 
> > doesn't mean I'm supposed to react like a dumbass and think of conspiracy 
> > if I got one port listening... Sadly my imagination went crazy mode. I 
> > guess you can call it a defense mechanism, but nevertheless, I am sorry 
> > about that.
> > 
> > My boot problem is in fact related to "sudo dd if=/file.iso of=/dev/sdX" 
> > ends up burning a UDF partition that refuses to boot. I tried your advices 
> > except the ArchLinux one, but I guess I just have to keep trying. Also I 
> > read somewhere I need to enter "bs=512" to burn more little fragments than 
> > the original size to avoid boot problem with UDF. This might fix my issue, 
> > I will try tomorrow.
> > 
> > Fun part is that I want to go back to Windows only very briefly, to install 
> > my mouse drivers and fix its sensitivity being too fast, as Linux drivers 
> > are really painful to install for this model (I did it on Debian, it took 
> > me a lot of efforts to make it work).
> > 
> > Then I think I will probably join back in the future Qubes, as indeed it is 
> > a very innovative OS. It's just I am interested on trying BSD systems. I 
> > found a great guide to learn Korn shell scripting, watched all videos 
> > https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCAFDE9B81B30388E
> > It was very interesting and very well made, allows you to understand better 
> > how command line work and the logics behind programs !
> > 
> > In fact I just want to learn to use a different Unix-based system than 
> > Linux and try there what I have learnt on this great tutorial. It's easier 
> > when your mouse isn't on steroids ^^
> 
> fedora is the default man. but its easy to disable on debian and all the 
> other processes. I understand your assumption though, its common sense.

I personally use fedora as my default sys-net and firewall still for those 
reasons as well.

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