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Old 07-24-2017, 08:16 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Redjester45 View Post
Thanks all for the input.
My plan was pick up a netbook or other laptop and go with Centos as I was told that translates what I learn in RHEL more directly. I will take a look at mint as well. Aside from my laptop all the others in the house are used for browsing/streaming/pictures so no problems there. My laptop is used for work that requires I.E. for the for security certs and whatnot.
Don't worry. The latest Firefox version is better in web security logins. There are plenty of bank accounts by now being maintained by Firefox v. 50 browser.

Hope that helps.



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