Dieselman wrote:"But wait there's more!". Whatever.
Not rolling release(Re-install every 6 months)
Waffleboy wrote:2nd'd using sudo instead of root and using 32 bit. I tried 64 bit, and it's just not worth the hassle. You don't really need an AV for Linux itself, but if you're dual booting you might want to get one to make sure nothing you download has windows malware that could infect the windows partition. I think there are a couple free Linux AVs. I'm pretty sure AVG has one, and there's always clamAV...
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