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New Forum - Red Hat Linux
The long awaited Red Hat forum has been added to LinuxQuestions.org. The forum will be officially recognized by Red Hat and will be visited by both Red Hat employees and Ambassadors. I'd like to thank Jeremy Hogan for both working out the details of the Red Hat forum with me and participating himself.
Very Well Done LQ and Thanks Jeremy and crew. This is a real feather in the cap for RedHat, Linux users and LQ. This also helps the RH label and their stock prices. Connecting up with LQ was a good PR move and may prove to be profitable as well. I am sure Mr Gates will be notified of this bold move at an executive level meeting. I think my broker will be interested in this as well.
Check out RHAT last call was 7.25 29 Aug'03. Quit affordable at this time.
Once again thanks for this very important connection and recognition of the truth and all that is good.
A tip of the Hat.
Location: 3rd electron on the left getting mugged by the nutrinos at Quarks
Distribution: Slackware 13.37, Slackware 14.0, Mint
Thank you for the RH forum..when I first got here I was a bit surprised not to see one. But just like alot of things in the world, if at first something isn't supported or has a bug or needs a driver; it isn't a long wait and one appears. "Necessity is the mother of invention".
Thank you for this and I'm sure it will be continuously abu...oops! used by all. You guy ROK! and are l33t h4X07z (yeah it may not be right but you get the idea!).
First thanks to god, the almighty. And thank you Jeremy Hogan for official recognition by Red Hat. And thank you all to build up such a forum and helping such newbie(s) like me. Thank you all once again.