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  1. #1 Linux and work content filters 
    Senior Member I Modded My PSP BravePotato7's Avatar
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    Hey! So I'm a long time Windows user but constantly flirt with the idea of using Linux... nice to meet you.

    I read this article about how to turn an old USB/thumb drive in to something useful. There was a list of portable applications, one of which was Puppy Linux. I've got it ready, I burned the ISO to a CD and will boot from it as soon as I find my USB drive, lol.

    But my question is; if I log onto one of the communal computers at work and boot up linux from the USB and run Firfox, will it get around the content filters so I can get on Myspace and Youtube(wich are obviously blocked)????

    I really didn't want to have to register at a Linux forum for this. Thanks for any help!!

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    dude, how about you just use the computer at work for, i don't know, WORK? it seems to me that the filters are in place for a good reason. also, i doubt the filters are based on the computer, but more likely they blocked the sites at the router.
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    Thanks... you.. you were so helpful.
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    try putty? or wait since youre unix just run whatever windows browser you want in wine? I use crossover mac to run steam source games on my macbook, if you need a "supported" and guranteed compatibility version for unix you could try codeweavers, they offer a product thats basically a honed version of wine for like 40 bucks. that or just use putty.exe, i doubt that port is blocked.

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    that wouldn't disable the internet blocking it would stop any keyloggers they have installed but they're using a server to block you you need a proxy such as
    http://proxify.com
    https://proxify.com
    but to get on myspace and youtube you have to pay for a subscribtion

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    you can try what i do and use t9space.com to go on myspace that way your able to check your mail and all that stuff
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