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post Jul 7 2003, 12:26 PM
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Anyone who uses linux knows that there is a wealth of information on the internet to help them in their daily tasks. Thousands of users around the world have spent countless hours writing and perfecting Guides, FAQs, HOWTOs, etc. Here at, we are no different. Over the years we have gathered information from several sources including current and past members of the LinuxHelp staff to help visitors with any questions they may have with Linux.

In the past, we have offered technical support using the IRC (Internet Relay Chat) medium which provided a real-time question/answer conversation. While the end user received their answers almost immediatly, this did prove inefficient for 2 reasons. One, this required members to constantly be available online in real-time to help the user. And two, questions were offten repeated over and over due to the lack of "history" that the IRC medium could no provide.

These forums were created to help users with more specific questions that require a peer-to-peer conversation, and will allow future users to view the conversations and possibly help them with the same or similier issue. Along with this, it allows the "answerers" to respond on their time frame, which is much more attractive to them. has always been a "user helping user" atmosphere. No question is too "newbish" to ask, and we do not tolerate flaming towards anyone. In the end, this provides everyone with a comfortable, friendly medium, where anyone can ask a question, and anyone can answer it.

If you find these forums useful and have some time on your hands from time to time, please feel free to drop back and try to help out by answer other users questions.

Before posting your question, make sure you check out the other areas of for possible answers. The staff here have worked many hours to create and organize information. The following are some useful sections to check out:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - A collection of Frequently Asked Questions from several sources including Distributions, Software, Window Managers and more. Often times these FAQs come right from the official sites. Guides - An in-valuable collection of in-depth guides. The majority of these were created by members which includes many topics from kernel compiling to webserver setup to security. This should definitly be checked out by all users.

HOWTOs - The Linux Documentation Project has long been a source for many new and experienced linux users for information regarding many aspects of the Linux Operating System. This link will take you to a mirror of the project here at Linuxhelp.

Be sure to browse through the entire website during your visit. There is a lot of information available that should help you.

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post Jan 14 2004, 07:54 AM
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This is not a Warez, APPZ, or Crackz site.

We will not provide Keys to software that requires purchase ... and we won't allow posts that contain keys. There are many sites on the web where you can obtain keys and cracked software ... this is not one of them.

Please don't ask for keys in the forums ... and if they are asked for, please don't provide that information.


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