How to Navigate in UNIX & Linux Forums..?

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How to Navigate in UNIX & Linux Forums..?

Hi ,

i am a new user to this forum can anyone please help me in navigation for this forum.
also when i am trying to open any thread i am getting below error.
[Bad Request

Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.]

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by nkchand
i am a new user to this forum can anyone please help me in navigation for this forum.
hmm... - clicking on links? Save for the painfully obvious i am at a loss what you want to know. Care to explain?

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Originally Posted by nkchand
also when i am trying to open any thread i am getting below error.
[Bad Request

Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.]
You might want to give us a little more to work with: your operating system, your browswer, the version you are using, if you operate from behind a firewall, etc., etc..

You may not be aware but we can't actually see what is going on on your monitor.

Here are a few hints: try with a different browser (version), try from a different location (like i.e. an internet cafe), and similar things.

I hope this helps.

bakunin
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