Can RedHat get-into an OS to determine an OS's intentional faults via the Net..?

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"Mindless toilet-class kooks" are targeting my PC's via the Internet.. 
I got this message mess when I attempted an update...


Error Type: <class 'yum.Errors.ConfigError'>
Error Value: File contains no section headers.

13:15:51 : network interface eth0 (tg3) is connected
13:15:51 : Connected to an network
13:15:51 : network interface eth0 (tg3) is connected
13:15:51 : Starting yum child process
13:15:57 : YUM: Yum Version : 3.2.28

13:15:57 : YUM: Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto

13:15:57 : YUM: Adding en_US to language list

13:15:57 : YUM: Traceback (most recent call last):

13:15:57 : YUM:   File "/usr/share/yumex/", line 66, in

13:15:57 : YUM:     my = YumServer(debuglevel, plugins, offline, repos,

13:15:57 : YUM:   File
"/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/yumexbackend/", line 190,
in __init__

13:15:57 : YUM:     self.repos.setProgressBar(self.dnlCallback)

13:15:57 : YUM:   File
"/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/yum/", line 823, in

13:15:57 : YUM:     repos = property(fget=lambda self: self._getRepos(),

13:15:57 : YUM:   File
"/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/yum/", line 548, in

13:15:57 : YUM:     self.getReposFromConfig()

13:15:57 : YUM:   File
"/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/yum/", line 440, in

13:15:57 : YUM:     self.getReposFromConfigFile(repofn,

13:15:57 : YUM:   File
"/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/yum/", line 369, in

13:15:57 : YUM:     raise Errors.ConfigError, msg

13:15:57 : YUM: yum.Errors.ConfigError: File contains no section

13:15:57 : YUM: file: file://///etc/yum.repos.d/skype.repo, line: 2

13:15:57 : YUM: 'run\n'


What the AH's are doing to my PC's OS is what the diaperhead coke-soaked
black-h's are doing to other's PC's to pester them/us/me/you..  Seems it
be the police who are doing a lot of the cracking in this world.. It's
probably too much cocaino usage by the so called "authorities", who seem
to place themselves above the law, because they can.. What do I need to
do for RedHat upload a copy of this OS's bullied-faults on the hd, for
RedHat to determine the extent of the black-h's tampering, to build
safeguards and blocks, to make Fedora more secure..?  Me thinks,
determining the crap that's happening to my PC's OS's should expose and
direct to RedHat Security Writers to the extent, qualitatively and
quantitatively, into the physics of such attacks... 

Seems I must DBAN-autonuke this hd, and reinstall F-14.. unless someone
has a viable solution to alleviate this mess..  
This is my ageing mum's secondary-computer..  She is 88.. I'm trying my
all to get her to come over to Linux, and to allow me to trash the
m'soft-sewage in her computers...

It's embarrassing that this government is so void of common decency, as
to get their sickly libido-rushes by attacking the life of an innocent
good honest dying old lady who is doing only good for the human race..  
My only consolation in this mess is "what goes around, comes around"..
I'm sure they'll get their's Harder than I can even begin to imagine...

Can this OS mess be easily repaired, or must I format the hd..?

Is F-15 or F-16 more secure than F-14..?

What be the very most secure Linux distro on the planet..?

-- - Faster than the air-speed velocity of an
                          unladen european swallow

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