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Old 31. Oct 2012, 03:48 AM   #4 (permalink)
autoexit173
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Which Linux would be suited for just online banking?

Lightweight Portable Security (LPS) – A Linux distro from the US Department of Defense.

Ubuntu – fast, secure and easy-to-use.

Puppy Linux – A complete operating system with suite of GUI apps, only about 70 – 140MB, and boots directly off the CD.

KNOPPIX – Live Linux file system on CD.


ubuntu.

Mint.



I have tried using ubuntu and kororra and so far i like using linux. I haven't had time to try all the linux live cd.

The only problem i have with kororra is the firefox is only using v13.

Is out of all the options, which linux would best suited for online banking and most secure?
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