mShred wrote:Hmm... meh.. Hrm.. eh. Backtrack really isn't the OS that you wanna go installing on a Hard drive. That's not what it's meant for. It isn't a desktop Operating System. It literally is a pentesting OS. IMO, I'd hold off on even looking at BT until you're fluent with linux. Which is why I stand by my suggesting Ubuntu. But that is just my opinion. You could completely blow me off and I'll only be upset for a little while.
Now TOR, TOR is some good shit. I'd suggest you look it up. Look up what it is, how it works and why and all that good shiz. See if you can benefit from it. Keep in mind that TOR will be slower than a good (paid) VPN. But TOR is good for some anonymity. Just another two cents, a paid VPN really is worth it. You won't notice a difference in speed, yet sites will never know your actual IP address. A decent VPN can be less than five bucks a month, which in the long run is a solid deal.
Feel free to post back with your progress along the way and what you decide to do and all that good stuff.
to update the package list...
Ubantu = apt-get update
Zypp = zypper refresh
Yum = yum check-update
urpmi = urpmi.update -a
sudo apt-get remove unity-lens-shopping
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