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I was thinking of doing a totally newbie website. Would people need to have such websites? Well if I ever get it going I'll post it here. Try searching google for some newbie webisites. Or you could search LQs to find if some one has had the same problem or difficulty. Or if you are having trouble doing a specific thing than maybe you could ask it in this forum.
The thing is that there are so many different distros that creating one basic manual would be very tough. It would work though if I could do one distro and then another person could do another I think that could work. The project can be freely availible on the internet but we could also offer a printed copy that we could sell on http://www.amazon.com .