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I'm confused now, on the one hand you hear that there are almost no Linux viruses in the wild and that Linux is not infected by Windows viruses. Now I saw a video called Mythbusting Linux from Matthew Moore a guy who develops a Manjaro respin and seems like somebody who knows what he's talking about. He says he has a virus on his Linux machine which harms his system or influences his software and points to an .exe file which obviously is a Windows executable. So is his computer really affected by a Virus? VIDEO: https://youtu.be/y_lhqg_p21k?t=2m42s submitted by locketheboss [link] [4 comments]

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So I'm looking for a fairly lightweight, portable laptop to install Linux under $600. If it wouldn't be too much trouble or work, I'd like to dual boot. I'd prefer not going for Lenovo. What do you recommend? submitted by an0nym0us_m00se [link] [comment]

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Build small capable tools that do one thing and do it well. Systemd. ? submitted by registereduser2 [link] [2 comments]

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https://youtu.be/_--zcmqIyRI Here is an example of someone using android as a desktop pc in 2012. I don't see why this isn't convergence. submitted by read_harder [link] [2 comments]

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