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13.3. Where to Turn for Help

As Linux is developed by members of the Internet community, the best place to get help is probably by posting a message to any of the following newsgroups:

Miscellaneous postings not covered by other groups

comp.os.linux.misc

Networking-related issues under Linux

comp.os.linux.networking

Security-related issues under Linux

comp.os.linux.security

Linux installation & system administration

comp.os.linux.setup

Everybody is entitled to their opinion :-p

alt.linux.sux

For non Linux-specific topics, there are a variety of groups in the comp.* heirarchy that may suit your needs. Here are just a few of them:

Cisco router/access-server line of products

comp.dcom.sys.cisco

Miscellaneous web server questions

comp.infosystems.www.servers.misc

General unix (not Linux-specific) questions

comp.os.unix

The SMB protocol (WfW/95/NT-style file/print services)

comp.protocols.smb

There are also several resources on the Web that may be useful. Do a web search for "Linux", or visit any of the following:

Linux Resources

http://www.linuxresources.com/

The Linux Documentation Project

http://metalab.unc.edu/LDP/

The RPM repository

http://rufus.w3.org/linux/RPM/

The Linux Software Map

http://www.boutell.com/lsm

Linux Applications & Utilities Guide

http://www.xnet.com/~blatura/linapps.shtml

LinuxHardware.net: Hardware Driver Support

http://www.linuxhardware.net/

Linux User Support Team

http://www.ch4549.org/lust

The Linux v2 Information Headquarters

http://www.linuxhq.com/

The Samba Home Page (WfW/95/NT-style file/print services)

http://samba.anu.edu.au/samba/

The Apache Web Server

http://www.apache.org/

The Squid HTTP Proxy Caching Daemon

http://squid.nlanr.net/Squid/

There are a myriad of mailing lists that may prove helpful in providing answers to your questions as well. These can usually be found through a simple web search (for example, searching for ``linux raid mailing list'' might help you find mailing lists devoted to RAID issues under Linux). Here are some I recommend; to subscribe to any of these lists, simply send an e-mail message to the subscription address listed with the word "subscribe" in the body of your message:

Red Hat Mailing Lists

Description of available Red Hat lists: http://www.redhat.com/

GNOME Mailing Lists

Description of available GNOME lists: http://www.gnome.org/mailing-lists/index.shtml

KDE Mailing Lists

Description of available KDE lists: http://www.kde.org/contact.html

Linux SCSI Mailing List

Subscription address: linux-scsi-request@vger.rutgers.edu

Linux RAID Mailing List

Subscription address: linux-raid-request@vger.rutgers.edu

Finally, you may be interested in checking out the following two sites, both of which are my personal "daily must read" favorites. SlashDot covers the latest technology news in general with a definite Linux slant, while FreshMeat provides an up-to-date listing of Open Source applications announcements.

SlashDot: News For Nerds

http://slashdot.org/

FreshMeat: Open Source Applications Announcements

http://freshmeat.net/

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