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I'm often seeing jobs advertise that they use linux in their production systems, which is great, but there's always a something in brackets following it. For example "(centos)" Why are places getting so hung up on a specific distro of linux being on their systems ? submitted by /u/ackackacksyn [link] [comments]

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Hi all Really want to get into Linux to further help my career into network security As such Kali is the way to go, however with no experience where do I start submitted by /u/McfcChris94 [link] [comments]

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I have some problems with my Windows PC. I want to diagnose it and decided to create a Live USB Stick with some Linux like SystemRescueCD or Ultimate Boot CD. I have a Laptop with Arch Linux installed, so I need to do it there. But whatever image I paste to the USB stick, it won't work. As soon as I boot from the USB-stick I get: "this is not a bootable disk. please insert a bootable floppy and press any key to try again" I have done it like this way: http://www.system-rescue-cd.org/Installing-SystemRescueCd-on-a-USB-stick/ See Step A submitted by /u/DerrickRose1992 [link] [comments]

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So I’m currently a Mac/iPhone/iPad user (boooo, non-GPL, I know) with an Arch desktop at home that I don’t use that often because it’s a desktop and I’m always out somewhere. I don’t want to mess with my Macbook, as it’s my primary “work” machine, i.e. not for experimentation. However, I am raring to screw around and learn the innards of Linux on a cheap, mobile device, roughly phablet to small tablet sized, that I can ideally connect to external devices (keyboard, display, USB disks) and install x86 Unix/Linuxes on. Any suggestions? submitted by /u/Maize-Haze [link] [comments]

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