linux help?

Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by dell boy, Aug 16, 2009.

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  1. dell boy

    dell boy Registered Member

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    ok im probably in the totally wrong section for this, but i dont know where it goes.
    if someone who knowledgeable about linux or ubuntu could you please send me a pm with a msn addy or something to communicate because i just want general advice thanks
     
  2. loli22

    loli22 Registered Member

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    i'm into rhel and centos, but feel free to ask questions ;)
     
  3. BlueZannetti

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    The all things UNIX subforum is the best venue to pose your questions on Linux....

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  4. dell boy

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    thanks, ive got alot to ask so id rather speak to someone over msn or skype or similar rather than ask and wait, pm me it dont put it so everyone can see
     
  5. Pedro

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    That's what IRC channels are for.
     
  6. dell boy

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    ok then well rather than just leave a patronizing comment like that, could you atleast hint to what channel, i do know what IRC is and have used it much before but i wasnt aware there was a channel for this type of thing...
     
  7. Pedro

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    I wasn't trying to be patronizing, sorry.
    It seemed that IRC was just what you were asking.

    Google for the channels for your distribution. Debian support information for example, which includes IRC, is located here - http://www.debian.org/support
     
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