This happens on a clean install? That is a very serious claim. The chance that someone altered the Mepis source files are very slim. Can you post an md5 hash of your mepis .iso file? Can you post a screen shot of the infected browser? Most likely, either your DNS has been hijacked at the router or you installed from an infected usb drive.TenderFoot wrote:
That rather misses the point - it only occurs on a virgin install and first launch of FF. Updating can't occur until I access the Mepis sites to copy/paste current repos and similarly sort out gpg errors!
Open a terminal, navigate to where the .iso is stored and type:
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