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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2002 12:06 pm    Post subject: Beginners Forum Reply with quote

Here you are welcome to post questions/messages about issues that will help a beginner become a more experienced Linux user. Suitable questions include about configuration of the system, configuring daemons, X, etc etc. No Linux question is too trivial here!

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A few recommended tips when posting questions

* Always quote full details (where relevant) of your system. For example quote linux distribution with version number, which kernel and X server you are running etc etc.

* Try to specify exactly your problem -- stating "X doesn't work" isn't very helpful. If possible include any relevant logs, output information in your post. Remember the more information you give, the greater the chance someone will be able to help!

* Reading the relevant HOWTO / FAQ is recommended.
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