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throwaway4329892 wrote

I'm using the most secure OS in the market currently (the one that Snowden uses) which is Qubes OS, with a Thinkpad X230.

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redacted wrote

How much memory do you have in your X230? Qubes is pretty awesome, but 4GB wasn't really cutting it for my X220 at the time so I've temporarily gone back to using Debian. Have you tried using coldkernel with Qubes? https://github.com/coldhakca/coldkernel

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elyersio wrote

Nice try, Qubes.

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elyersio wrote

Alright I'll put it on a cd

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SawRaddleOnSlashDot wrote

Since your username contains "Satoshi" I assume you're a fan of Bitcoin. If so, you may like Qubes' Split Bitcoin: to protect your Bitcoin wallet from compromise you split it into an offline "cold storage" wallet in a virtual machine (or Qube in Qubes OS parlance) and an online "watching only" wallet into another separate virtual machine. You can in addition easily set that last VM's network so that you only allow traffic to a Bitcoin node and select merchant sites for example. This compartmentalization approach is Qubes' central philosophy.

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ziq wrote (edited )

KDE Neon on an i5 haswell NUC in a fanless case with 8gb ram and intel 5000 graphics.

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Defasher wrote

Old thinkpad with Parabola Linux.

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mofongo wrote

Kubuntu on a custom build pc. Android in a Moto G (2nd gen), been wanting to put Lineage OS on it for a while.

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NEOalquimista wrote

I'm running Lineage on the G4 Play, never looked back. Development builds come every week, bug reports are quickly replied to and you have a lot of flexibility to configure it.

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Glenarchist wrote

Ubuntu Gnome 16.04 on Desktop with amd processor and Nvidea Graphics card

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jadedctrl wrote

Triple-boot LibertyBSD, Trisquel, Parabola.
Running it on an old Thinkcentre.

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Mullvaden wrote

Trisquel Linux. It's what RMS would do.

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sudo wrote

Not just would do - he does use it.

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elyersio wrote

Thinkpad t400 with Parabola OpenRC edition

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Fossidarity wrote (edited )

Debian Testing with i3 on an old custom-build PC.

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Goldie wrote

GNU/Windows with a TempleOS kernel, running on 5 billion toasters expanding metals to simulate transistors.

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zombie_berkman wrote

all my machines are debian 9 minus pfsense which is bsd

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rapper wrote (edited )

Distributor ID: Ubuntu

Description: Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS

Release: 14.04

Codename: trusty

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NEOalquimista wrote (edited )

Dell Inspiron 14

Fedora Workstation 26

i3-5005u - 2.0 Ghz

8 GB RAM

Kingston 120 GB SSD

Intel HD Graphics 5500

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Dell Inspiron 11

Arch Linux w/ MATE

Intel Celeron 2.0 Ghz

2 GB RAM

eMMC 32 GB storage device

Intel HD Graphics 400

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Moto G4 Play

LineageOS 14.1 (Android 7.1.2)

2 GB RAM

Snapdragon Quad Core 1.2 Ghz

eMMC 16 GB storage device

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second_to_last wrote

Dual boot arch and windows 10 on my faithful Thinkpad X1

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ConfettiEggnog wrote

  1. Guilt is the way christians and christian like organizations lure you in. So fuck guilt!

  2. Backup your data. Take anything that is not essential and erase your data from the device. Than give it away. Or sell it.

  3. Want Linux? Install it on the remaining device. Or admit to yourself that you don't care that much.

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heckthepolice2 wrote

Arch linux on a shitty dell laptop. I'd switch to parabola, but I need proprietary wifi drivers

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000 wrote

Windows 10 on a Dell. Nothing to hide, ACAB! Lol

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