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Old 08-24-2005, 01:41 AM   #1
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Please READ this before posting!

If you're here for the very first time, and have a very
urgent problem I appreciate that you're quite likely to
have other things on your mind than reading on.

However, if you do take the time to read all that's
said here (and follow the links) you're more likely
to get helpful responses! :)

The following two posts from Linux-General are just as
valid here in Linux-Newbie as they are there.

Thanks for reading!


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