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3 Responses

  1. Jalal Hajigholamali says:

    Very useful article
    Thanks a lot

  2. BrankoTesla says:

    Thanks – great tutorial. Although you have already mentioned this, I would like to emphasis that the LinuxSay members carefully choose the subforum (category) they post to. Oftentimes users post specific questions related to a single distribution (CentOS, Ubuntu, Lunix Mint) in a general discussiion forums (e.g Linux category). This could be a really bad practice since we might end up having bloated general discussins and very few posts in distro-related subforums.

    Keep up the greta job!


    • Ravi Saive says:

      Yes I agree with your suggestions, and even I mentioned everything at this tutorial and on the Linuxsay forum, but to be frank we really don’t have a control on users posting. Yes, we do have control to change categories after posting, but it will confuse users..Anyway we try to keep this forum clean and topic related..

      Thanks again for your inputs…

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