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Has someone got you to enable your firewall yet??? It is turned OFF by default. You can turn it ON with a GUI, but the easy way is CTRL-ALT-T to open an terminal, then give: sudo ufw enable. And done.
And the password, done now... I bet it's been asked many times over about having to enter the password for everything and whether it could be set on auto mode no password needed lol
 


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And the password, done now... I bet it's been asked many times over about having to enter the password for everything and whether it could be set on auto mode no password needed lol
D'oh... I forgot that. Sorry. If you didn't need a password, you would be more like Windows, and subject to even more malware, viruses, etc. By the time you learn how to run your Linux without needing a password, you will realize what a bad idea it is and will keep it. :D
 

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I've never had any problem with Linux... partly why I'm here. Back in the 90's, at university, they were widespread. It was bad. I have a cousin who got ransomware a few years ago on Windows... that was bad too, but he did get lucky that most important stuff had current backups.

Being online is risky. I don't expect it to get better either.... only worse. :(
 

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Sparky good based on Debian only install from KDE. SparkyLinux 5.6.2 "Nibiru"[1]
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What is the package manager? In debian it's called apt
Install commands remove Packages or Programs.
 
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