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Old 9th September 2011, 05:42 AM
LindaV Offline
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How do you edit the links F-14 connects to on bootup

How do you easily monitor and edit which IP-links Fedora-14 & FireFox connect to on bootup?

How do you get the required software installed, without glitches, up and running smooth?

What are the best required software packages for this level of security to be reliable and easy to use?
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