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Old 07-31-2001
Lightbulb UNIX flavours

UNIX comes in the most widest and broadest of functionalities and versions. Might be a good idea to:

1. introduce some vendor specific forums: e.g. HP-UX, Linux, AIX etc.

2. create more forums directed at core functionalities: e.g.: networking (already there), LVM, 3rd party applications (DB) etc
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Old 07-31-2001
OK. Let's see what shapes up during our quest to build the FAQ. Sounds like good high-level FAQ topics. If you want to mine the forums and search for good threads on one of your suggested high-level topics, feel free to move out and let me know what you find or think next.
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