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Medic6666 07-25-2003 07:02 AM

More info when posting in the forum.
I don't want to tread on the admins toes, but.......

Could I make a request that all ppl update their profile on this forum to make sure that at least the Distribution is correct to what you are running.

When posting a request it is always handy for ppl to know what you are running and what version. This makes solving the problem a bit easiers.

Thank you for your time in this very important matter. :)


Thymox 07-25-2003 06:39 PM

I completely agree. I can get quite a pain asking people to actually let us know what the problem is. It would be like walking into a garage and saying 'My car doesn't work' - without having your car there and not telling the mechanic anything about your car!

So please, just a little more consideration given to the information you're giving when you post. Thanks.

masterspud777 07-25-2003 06:53 PM

Hello there All!

I don't mean to be breakiong in on this thread with non-relevant information, but I am new to this website, just registered, and I would like to know HOW to start a question thread of my own... I have a problem that I need some help with. Where do I post my own question?


peace 07-25-2003 07:08 PM


Scroll down to the bottom of the forum and look on your left hand side. There should be a blue box that says "New Thread".

Medic6666 07-25-2003 07:23 PM

not quite right
go to the right folder and then click new thread

you cant do it in a thread.


masterspud777 07-25-2003 07:34 PM

Thanks! Found it! I posted my question under the Linux - Hardware forum if anyone is interested...


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