Hello Fedora: "Support" FAQ?
ibm21 at cam.ac.uk
Mon Nov 7 22:23:45 UTC 2005
Alexander Dalloz wrote:
> Am Mo, den 07.11.2005 schrieb Danny Howard um 21:08:
>>So, I found fedora-list, and like to think this may be a general support
>>forum akin to freebsd-users ... is this a good place to ask questions
>>and generally get some good advice? Or is there a better place to go to
>>try to answer my questions? What I would totally vote for (and I looked
>>around the Bugzilla / wiki and maybe I'll complete suggesting it) is a
>>little link on http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/ which says "How to Solve
>>Problems and Where to Get Support" ...
> A different place to get a first feet into Fedora as a user is the
> unofficial FAQ
> If list archive and FAQ do not cover your questions or you are uncertain
> about specific things, simply throw in you questions in a friendly
> manner together with enough information about the issue - you can be
> sure to get help. That often happens "nearly realtime" ;)
There are also the release notes, on my FC3 box under
I mention it because it's very easy to see them once you've first
installed, think 'yeah, yeah' and then forget about them forever.
There is some useful stuff in there.
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