Answers about hardening, command-line operation,boot/start-up, reconfiguring the kernel, debugging, installing/removing packages. Interfacing with Windows. Most questions about building from source.
Been learning how to do these things since 1982.
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Mint comes in its "Native" Ubuntu version as well as Debian. RPM packages are for Red Hat, CentOS, and Fedora and are built for either RPM or YUM package managers. There's also a Debian package that
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