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To log on to root, just type the word root in place of your user ID. And, you must know the root password which you should type in the password field. And, to delete the virus, you can delete the account of UserA from the root with all his/her documents from root. This will delete the virus too. If still the problem exists, then you should check out -scanners.html for downloading virus scanners for Linux. You may have heard of I love You virus of 2000-2001, which infected hundreds of Windows Computers, but not a single Linux Computer was infected. But still, gradually, the Kaspersky Lab has stated that there are still yet 800 malwares for Linux. So, we should better take care. Again, let me give you some more information. In 1997, a virus called Bliss was made which wasprimarily targeted to Linux. But the result was zero. So, don't worry, Linux is very secure. Although I am an admirer of Windows XP than that of Linux, still I appreciate the tough security of Linux-based Computers in general. Anirban16chatterjee (talk) 18:26, 27 January 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
That's it. 100% specific purpose of a operating system is to:1. Make it easy to write applications. 2. Make it easy to run applications. You do not have to be aware of this fact to use or judge operating systems either. When your applications do not run on your operating system it makes your operating system worthless. When your applications do not run on your hardware it makes your hardware worthless. Linux desktop had it's chance with Linux netbooks. For quite a few months Linux netbook systems were the top most popular items sold on places like Amazon.com and quite a few. How many of the people that bought those systems actually went back and bought a second Linux system? I am sure that it is in the single digits. Linux fails because:1. It makes it harder to write applications because you have to deal with distribution's BS before you can reach your audience and that there is no standardization.2. It does not run any of the applications people want to run after decades of using Windows XP.You can get all hand-wavy and start talking out the side of your mouth about Microsoft being like McDonalds, people are too stupid for Linux, people just have not tried Linux yet, there is some grand conspiracy from Microsoft holding Linux down, etc etc... all of it is true to some amount, but picking one thing and saying that is _the_ problem really amounts to ignoring reality.And it's not even things like Photoshop or video games. It's having the ability to check your email, run one of the hundreds of thousands of special purpose applications written for this or that corporation, integration into active directory, and a hundred other really PITA and mundane things that Windows does that Linux can't or Linux makes it difficult to do. It's all the hundreds of thousands of schools teaching Microsoft stuff. It's the businesses training people in it, that depend on it, that are happy with it. It is the 'geek squads' and millions of people that make a living working with individuals and businesses to work around Window's limitations.It's not just the low hanging fruit that is killing Linux it's the long, long, long tail.Incidentally this is why you will never see ARM systems displace x86 desktops (even with Windows 8). Even if ARM manufacturers discovers out a significant market segment that x86 folks are not exploiting correctly it will take years to get to the point were the applications are up to speed and by that Intel and friends would have competitive products to eliminate any desire to migrate in the first place. Poettering: systemd for Administrators, Part XII Posted Jan 23, 2012 12:28 UTC (Mon) by mjthayer (guest, #39183) [Link]
> Ah, so to make them work you only need to give up your freedom and stop choosing your software for yourself - you should just use what your distribution offers you. This is good band-aid, but it does not solve the problem. ISVs are still out of the loop and this means Linux is still unsuitable for a desktop.This is, again, just bullshit. Using a package manager has *nothing* to do with giving up freedom, it is simply the most common and convenient way to install software on Linux, and nothing stops ISVs from adopting it. In fact, they do, e. g. Skype provides packages for various distros and a statically linked binary, in case all else fails.> That's because there are none.Yes, and that's the reason why nobody really cares about OSS compatibility (except for trolls like you).> Correlation looks quite striking - but one-sided.Yeah, except that it doesn't, because Windows really isn't all that backward-compatible either. Command & Conquer for Windows 95 wouldn't work on Windows XP (the installer crashes). And I didn't get Unreal II to work on Windows 7 either.Anyway, I'm really tired of wasting my time with your stupid trolling attempts. Have a nice life. Please Posted Jan 26, 2012 15:31 UTC (Thu) by corbet (editor, #1) [Link]
In the end, I'm not moved by arguments about sheer complexity or software size. What matters is that everybody runs the same software and therefore there exists certain fixed capability that can be used to build other software. I think it's called platformization.Some solutions seem very popular such as dbus, and it appears to have made impressive amount of cooperation between programs possible. I also love pulseaudio for doing the impossible: reducing volume control problem to adjustment of a single slider and providing every application the capability to play audio together.I think systemd and the /usr merge will again remove tons of useless complexity when it comes to managing services and deciding where to place the relevant files. I'm all for removing choice like this which doesn't seem to do anything else but hold the platform back. systemd appears very sophisticated to me and it's productized well, so it will make new and interesting capabilities available to all. Neat Posted Jan 28, 2012 17:31 UTC (Sat) by Darkmere (subscriber, #53695) [Link]
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