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    How about a R.H. 8 forum? After all I am sure the the most popular distro is sure to have it's problems, and it already lacks some critical mulimedia progs. It needs it's own forum for these issues.
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    I would suggest against, that would cause every other distro to want their own board. It would be good to have some new nhf's for red hat though, to answer some of the common problems such as the lack of the multimedia apps.
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    Re: Red Hat Forum

    Originally posted by digitalgoodtime
    How about a R.H. 8 forum? After all I am sure the the most popular distro is sure to have it's problems, and it already lacks some critical mulimedia progs. It needs it's own forum for these issues.
    Why just Redhat 8.0? What about ALL the other distros/versions?

    There are other resources for Redhat on the web if you are having problems.

    Redhat even has their own documentation, support site, bug reports etc.
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    Re: Red Hat Forum

    Originally posted by digitalgoodtime
    How about a R.H. 8 forum? After all I am sure the the most popular distro is sure to have it's problems, and it already lacks some critical mulimedia progs. It needs it's own forum for these issues.
    Also, I doubt it's the most popular version that people use on this site

    The RedHat questions still get answered don't they? I try to answer as many as possible as I'm studying for my RHCE atm and it helps to test my knowledge

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    Just out of curiousity, is there a forum dedicated for Redhat? For example, Mandrake has www.mandrakeforum.com. Thanks for your time...

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    Re: Red Hat Forum

    Originally posted by digitalgoodtime
    How about a R.H. 8 forum? After all I am sure the the most popular distro is sure to have it's problems, and it already lacks some critical mulimedia progs. It needs it's own forum for these issues.
    I wouldnt mind being able to ask some other RH8.0 users why 8.0 is actually a downgrade from 7.3 . Im not impressed but maybe thats just me .
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    then throw a post in /dev/random or general lin questions and see what happens. People who have used them will respond. We do have quite a few people who use or have used red hat.
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    Originally posted by ViMan
    Just out of curiousity, is there a forum dedicated for Redhat? For example, Mandrake has www.mandrakeforum.com. Thanks for your time...
    Anything listed on Redhat's site about Redhat specific forums or usergroups?
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    how about irc.openprojects.net :

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