Habitual wrote:If it's not broken, don't fix it.
nomko wrote:Looking at that list, you will definitally remove a lot of essential packages required by Gnome.
Which program you're using to remove it? Synaptic? Or is it a terminal command?
freesource wrote:I really just use synaptic, choose bluez(For bluetooth transfer etc) and ssh remote desktop client, and when i clicked ok it said i had to uninstall all that, i cant either understand why it is that much.. And why i had to remove gnome-shell to remove bluez ?
AlbertP wrote:Gnome Shell (as well as Cinnamon) depends on bluez because of the Bluetooth tray icon, which is not in a seperate bluetooth package but in gnome-shell itself.
freesource wrote:...What is with you guys...
Habitual wrote:freesource wrote:...What is with you guys...
Be careful not to offend people who volunteer their valuable free-time.
Thank you and Good Luck.
nomko wrote:rkhunter has nothing to do with your first post here.
Habitual wrote:It's all good.
As far as rkhunter goes...IF you have reason to suspect you ran a script with elevated privileges (root), then I'd install rkhunter, else there's not too much to worry about.
IF you are just exploring the "how do I do that in Linux" type of stuff (I gather from your other post viewtopic.php?f=90&t=100315&p=570660 that you are maybe new to Linux?)
then these types of questions are to be expected."If it's not broke, don't fix it" is a mantra that not only applies to Linux but everything, yes?
Yes it is:) Thanks for the link some interesting things
I'd be curious why you want to remove Bluetooth...there is very little risk in leaving unused programs on your Linux System.
They occupy far less room/disk space than their Windows counterparts.Is is not better to have it on the system and not need it than need it and not have it?
I see at bluetooth at the biggest risk to get in for hacker e.g on a ubuntu system. Windows to for that matter. But it is an exploict that can be used very easily, and since ive got hacked without ethernet and with wifi of in bios im pretty sure he used bluetooth(my neigbour) that time, and then started wifi(since i cant "hard turn it off" just some silly visual unicorns!
That was the other computer, and now i cant get git in bios on this one since my old school had the password..
Habitual wrote:public WIFIs are not secure!
This 'hack' happen on a Windows computer you had?
freesource wrote:Habitual wrote:...attempts of hacking in to my linux computer! Just right now my computer uploaded 3-4gbyte of data to an unknown place....
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