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With super clean design, easy-of-use and Linux Focused Topics, as well as the abilty to dynamically add new forums, LinuxStart.Com hopes that users will find it a useful place to help others, seek advise and just have fun!
Garry Dolley, LinuxStart Webmaster stated "We are very aware other forums exist, and we felt that the only way our forums would flourish is if they were feature-rich, easy-to-use and well organized, I hope our hard work shows." " And besides the person who posts the most each week gets a free LinuxStart T-shirt, and a T-Shirt will also go to the 'best post,' in our humble opinion."
This greatly enhanced section, will promote interaction and discussion from Linux Users, Newbie and Pros alike from 'round the world..'
"These forum provide a convenient spot on LinuxStart for visitors, to post questions and get quick responses from others in the Linux Community." One option allows all responses to your post to be sent to you via e-mail as soon as they are posted.
"As we have a lot of visitors, the chance are somebody will get you a quick answer," said Dolley
The follow sections are included : Admin Talk - with sections on such topics as Apache, General SysAdmin, Peripherals, Security and Sendmail. The General Sections includes: Classified Ads, Distro Chat ( very popular) and such additional fun categories as Linux Girls, Microsoft Headaches, and Linux Jokes.
A new hardware section boasts sections on Keyboard, Modems , Motherboards , Network Adapters and more.
The separate sections will keep the discussion focused and useful for users who wish to browse the sections at a later date.
The Kernel section includes a discussion for upgrading /compiling, multiprocessors, and the ever popular thread talk!
The newbie section includes : a sections for general questions, an 'How Do I' section as well as a section on installation help.
LinuxStart.Com also provides a very well organized and growing Yahoo-like index of Linux Resources, Free E-Mail, Free Web Hosting for Linux Sites, as well as the latest news.
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