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Old 08-25-2014, 08:24 AM   #1
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I'm new to this Forum so that I'd appreciate any help you can share with me.
 
Old 08-25-2014, 09:06 AM   #2
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Welcome to LQ. Look forwar to helping you if I can.
 
Old 08-25-2014, 09:08 AM   #3
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Welcome to LQ, TheBest43. Are there really 42 other "TheBest's" before you? Just joking there!

Any questions you have, please create some threads. It's a good idea to review the LQ Rules as well as read up on how to ask an effective question.

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  3. Giving some form of attempt prior to asking; however the more simpler the question the less of an issue that may be. For instance if you have a question such as: "Can people please advise me on general Linux user's knowledge" and then cover what you wish to do like install and use Linux, or something more, then likely you'll get some helpful links. If instead you wish to write a script and never even try to look up how to script, but then ask a question about how to do it; what you'll get is likely some responses advising you to read up on how to write scripts
 
Old 08-25-2014, 09:24 AM   #4
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Too funny @rtmistler ! It's an original nickname and you know it

Anyways, I would appreciate your help regarding this Thread.

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...me-4175516292/


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Welcome to LQ, TheBest43. Are there really 42 other "TheBest's" before you? Just joking there!

Any questions you have, please create some threads. It's a good idea to review the LQ Rules as well as read up on how to ask an effective question.

Mainly those boil down to:
  1. Writing clear, organized questions; as well as meaningful subject names
  2. Being respectful with your prose
  3. Giving some form of attempt prior to asking; however the more simpler the question the less of an issue that may be. For instance if you have a question such as: "Can people please advise me on general Linux user's knowledge" and then cover what you wish to do like install and use Linux, or something more, then likely you'll get some helpful links. If instead you wish to write a script and never even try to look up how to script, but then ask a question about how to do it; what you'll get is likely some responses advising you to read up on how to write scripts
 
  


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