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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 11:52 am
by towy71
Hi peeps
I have a friend who is a Samaritans volunteer and they are having a
debate about going broadband and the vulnerability to trojans spyware
and viruses. As I understand it they use web based email and would also
be researching things from the WWW, so they don't need any special
Now I know that there are freeware scanning programs etc., but surely it
would be better if the Open and Free software community could help them
by setting up Linux on their existing systems.
Samaritans are all volunters and do not have necessarily have any
expertise in IT but we do, would it not be a good place to help out and
raise the profile of Linux?
Thoughts please

RE: Samaritans

PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 9:13 pm
by linuxgirlie
Is the system centralise, or do you say have a birmingham sam and a canterbury sam, or do you have a kent or surrey sam? Or does it all hook up to one system that is say in london?!?


RE: Samaritans

PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 11:31 pm
by towy71
My fingers ran off before I had properly got my head in gear....
Will get back on this thanks for your interest
Dick :oops: