"A few years ago, my biggest complaint about Linux applied to
many things in the computer world: The documentation was uniformly
lousy and scattershot. Since then, at least one
distribution--Ubuntu--has set a fairly high standard of
documentation. There's still a few things I'd like to see done
"Ubuntu's help docs have a whole slew of good walkthroughs for
thorny problems, including some really tough and unintuitive issues
like getting an unsupported network card to work in Ubuntu by using
the ndiswrapper utility..."
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