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Most people  have never heard of  GNU - by Richard Stallman

A person like me seeing the name ''GNU'' for the first time in "GNU Ubuntu/Linux" won't 
immediately know what it represents, but I am one step
closer 
to finding it out.

- Now, I can come join you in the free world that you’ve people built
Priscilla Felicia Harmanus, 1993 from the Netherlands


At some point you just have to stand for something..At some point you just have to stand for something..

Grey Hat Uses The Shadows To Spread The Light
 2011-06-14 22:02  http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/
 2011-06-14 22:07  grub windows vista ubuntu

ubuntu-7.04-dvd-i386.iso


You are an idealist who thinks that software
should be free (“free as in
free speech”).



You are a materialist who would rather have
software for free (“free as in
free beer”).

You have seen Ubuntu Linux installed in a friend’s PC and want 
the same “wow” computer experience 

for yourself. 

Your Son Dumpster DivingYour Son Dumpster Diving


If people
do not speak on their
own, it is mentally tiring for detectives.
One must then "pull out" everything and always
consider how they will formulate the questions and in which
order. It becomes very annoying when suspects show condescending behavior
and do not want to answer questions asked. A number of investigators have no problem with
this - "if a suspect does not want to explain that is his choice" (respondent 21) -
 others indicate that they can sometimes be quite frustrated by this.



GNU Users Who Have Never Heard of GNU

by Richard Stallman



To kind of explain what Linux is you have to explain what an Operating System is

to kind of explain what Linux is you
have to explain what an
operating system
is and the thing about an operating
system
is that you I mean you're not
never ever supposed to sieved
because nobody really uses an operating
system
people use
programs on their
computer and the only mission in life of
an operating system is to help those
programs run
so an operating system
never does anything on its own it's only
waiting for the programs to ask for
certain resources or or ask for certain
file and on the disk or ask for the
program's to connect them to the outside



world and then the operating system
comes steps in and tries to make it easy
for people to write pro
open-source is a way for people to
collaborate on software without being
encumbered by all of problems of
intellectual property
having to
negotiate contracts every time you buy a
piece of
software have a lot of lawyers
involved in general we just want to get
the software to work and we want to be
able to have people contribute fixes to
that etc so we sort of sacrifice some of
the intellectual property rights and
just let the whole world use the
software before there could be
Linux
there was
Richard Stallman and the free
software movement

I mean think of Richard Stallman as the
great philosopher all right and think of
me as the
engineer Richard Stallman is
the founding father of the
free software
movement
through his efforts to build
the Camus operating system he created
the legal philosophical and
technological foundation
for the
free
software movement
without these
contributions it's unlikely that Linux
and open-source would have evolved into
their current forms today I joined the
MIT artificial intelligence
lab in 1971
I joined a thriving community of hackers
people who loved programming loved
exploring what they could do with
computers and they had developed a
complete operating system entirely

written there and I became one of the
team that continued to improve the
operating system adding new capabilities

Ubuntu Linux Is an Operating System, meet Ubuntu/Linux


Regardless of the exact percentage, two questions arise: why is the Netherlands such a popular place for hosting child sex abuse images? And what are we doing about it? We are, after all, talking about what Dutch Justice minister Grapperhaus rightly described as "one of the most destructive forms of crime".




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 https://www.wolframalpha.com

The free software movement is still small, but the example of listener-supported radio in the US shows it's possible to support a large activity without forcing each user to pay.

As a computer user today, you may find yourself using a proprietary program. If your friend asks to make a copy, it would be wrong to refuse. Cooperation is more important than copyright. But underground, closet cooperation does not make for a good society. A person should aspire to live an upright life openly with pride, and this means saying no to proprietary software.

You deserve to be able to cooperate openly and freely with other people who use software. You deserve to be able to learn how the software works, and to teach your students with it. You deserve to be able to hire your favorite programmer to fix it when it breaks.

 

You deserve free software.

 



Ubuntu Linux Is an Operating System
Meet Ubuntu/Linux
Ubuntu Linux, as an OS, is, very simply, what makes your computer work.


https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-1-4302-3040-3

to be continued

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https://www.sciencedirect.com/

https://eslforums.com/passive-voice/

https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/active-voice-versus-passive-voice

https://www.thesaurus.com/browse/speech

https://www.dictionary.com/browse/sociology

https://www.gnu.org/gnu/gnu-users-never-heard-of-gnu.html.en

https://web.archive.org/web/20110801000000*/http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/

Free Software Movement by Richard Stallman

De vrije softwarebeweging door Richard Stallman

Tags: GNU Ubuntu/Linux Windows Grub Bcc User to be continued

Als mensen niet uit zichzelf praten is dat mentaal vermoeiend voor rechercheurs. Men moet alles er dan ‘uittrekken’ en steeds bedenken hoe zij de vragen zullen formuleren en in welke volgorde. Erg vervelend wordt het als ver-dachten neerbuigend gedrag vertonen en geen antwoord willen geven op gestelde vragen. Waar een aantal rechercheurs hier geen moeite mee heeft – ‘als een verdachte niet wil verklaren is dat zijn keus’ (respondent 21) – geven anderen aan hier soms behoorlijk gefrustreerd door te kunnen raken.

https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4302-3040-3_1


Most people here are probably using Windows, followed by Linux and then Mac OSX.

There was a thread posts asking members which OS they thought was the best for CP. Needless to say, this caused a flame war between Linux users and the rest. However, it isn't convenient or even remotely easy for some people to just switch operating systems at the bat of an eye. 


Would you hired a convicted but reformed pedophile to run your company's day-care center?

And so they’ll look at a problem from a reverse engineering it. They’ll look at a problem upside down. They’ll look at a problem… compare it to a similar problem in a completely different domain. Like, a different environment or a different… you can look at a technical problem from a biological perspective. Or a biological problem from a technical perspective.

Your Consultants?
There are currently several people in the field of computer security consulting with pasts, that are not quite sterling. These people have led major rings, bragging about breaking into corporate and government computers, and who may have been indicted and prosecuted for computer crimes. Some of them have even done time in jail. Now they do security consulting and a few even use their past exploits in adverising. (although most do not).

How trustworthy are these people? Who better break into your computer system later on than the person who helped design the defenses?
Think about this issue from a liability standpoint: would you hire a confessed arsonist to install your fire alarm system, or a convicted pedophile to run your company's day-care center? He'd certainly know what to protect the children against! What would your insurance company have to say about that? Your Stockholders?





Uw adviseurs?
Er zijn op dit moment verschillende mensen op het gebied van computerbeveiliging met verleden, die niet echt best zijn. Deze mensen hebben grote ringen geleid, opscheppen over het doorbreken van bedrijfs- en overheidscomputers, en die mogelijk zijn aangeklaagd en vervolgd voor computercriminaliteit. Sommigen van hen hebben zelfs tijd in de gevangenis doorgebracht. Nu doen ze beveiligingsadvies en een paar gebruiken zelfs hun eerdere exploits bij het adverteren. (hoewel de meeste dat niet doen).

Hoe betrouwbaar zijn deze mensen? Wie kan er later beter inbreken op uw computersysteem dan degene die heeft meegeholpen bij het ontwerpen van de verdedigingswerken?
Overweeg dit probleem vanuit het oogpunt van aansprakelijkheid: zou u een bekende brandstichter inhuren om uw brandmeldsysteem te installeren, of een veroordeelde pedofiel om het kinderdagverblijf van uw bedrijf te runnen? Hij zou zeker weten waar hij de kinderen tegen moet beschermen! Wat zou uw verzekeringsmaatschappij daarover te zeggen hebben? Uw aandeelhouders?


https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/6977/6dac453fc89adb40e4f802f5c587a310c30a.pdf

https://community.hide.me/threads/littlesmiles-ultimate-guide.1953/







There was a thread posts asking members which OS they thought was the best for CP. Needless to say, this caused a flame war between Linux users and the rest. That thread can be found BY CLICKING HERE. The comments were very helpful though if you were able to sift through the arguing. However, it isn't convenient or even remotely easy for some people to just switch operating systems at the bat of an eye. It is ideal to be on a Linux operating system like Tails or Whonix but they are definitely more difficult to use than let's say Windows or OSX. Most people here are probably using Windows, followed by Linux and then Mac OSX. However, in terms of security, that order should go Linux, Mac OSX, Windows. Don't fret Windows users, the NSA (National Security Association) only has like 3 backdoors in all Microsoft based systems. That's 3 more than Mac and Linux but it isn't something you can't work around. There are a few things you "NEED" on all operating systems to keep yourself secure. 

 
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