hello my name is Mohamad20ZX and this is my first time posting on itsfoss so my question revolve About privacy guides Recommendations for Linux distros and they especially hate Debain Based Distros like Debain itself pop os and Unbuntu so how can we convince them to support Debain Based Distros like Linux Mint
I haven’t seen anything suggesting operating systems like Debian and Pop OS and Ubuntu (all Debian derivatives) were bad privacy wise. I do know that they require hardening in order to be secure, as well as productivity OSes like that were designed to be stable, so they don’t get the bleeding edge updates that distros like Arch Linux do.
I think I’m answering your question?
BUT they get all the security updates. Maybe the writers of those guides aren’t aware of that?
Possibly, or they think that since Debian and PopOS and Ubuntu are considered “beginner-friendly” distributions, that somehow equates to bad security. Who knows.
As far as I can tell, all the Linux distros and BSD’s I have a used are secure enough for the average home user who is behind a modem/firewall.
If you are building a server , they would certainly require extra precautions.
Thanks for your help my friends
I want to know what’s so hard about spelling “debian” in the first place (now fixed )
Two keys, i and a on opposite hands. Its a timing issue