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jetblackz 09-25-2002 10:44 AM

Newbies read these before you post anything
 
http://www.northernjourney.com/opensource/newbies/

http://home.clara.net/george.russell/FAQ.html

MasterC 09-25-2002 12:40 PM

Sweet, I really like that second one ;) You should place em in your sig, and then you can point people there more easily.

Cool

bigjohn 09-26-2002 08:57 AM

if only!!!!!!!!!!!
 
By just checking the links, it would seem that you have found some good sources of newbie info jetblackz, I have stuck them in my browser though when I am going to get time to read it all, god only knows, maybe the MasterC's idea is a good one, them at least the url's won't get lost amongst all the other stuff that comes onto the forums.

Keep up the good work.

John

jetblackz 09-26-2002 12:04 PM

Thanks for the idea, MC.

Thanks, John (read the other thread you posted about Open Office install headache).

They were added to my sig.

lorri 07-29-2018 09:13 PM

obsolete?
 
those links do not work. ...."Page not found"

lorri 07-29-2018 09:22 PM

edit
 
clarification: these are the links to which I was referring:



frankbell 07-29-2018 09:31 PM

I get the same result as lorri.

michaelk 07-29-2018 09:52 PM

lorri,
Welcome to LinuxQuestions.

Considering the post is from 2002 there is no certainty that the domains would still be in existence, content to be the same nor actually owned by the same persons especially home.clara.net.

In addition threads this old are considered dead and there is no guarantee that the content is still current or relevant and as posted may be obsolete and therefore we generally tell newcomers to refrain from posting to these threads.

Habitual 07-31-2018 11:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lorri (Post 5885381)
those links do not work. ...."Page not found"

16 years later. Wut did ya expect?


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