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Old 10-31-2001
suggested addition to forum rules

Possible new rule for the "forum rules" list:

<LI>Include as many pertinent details as possible in your post. Useful information usually includes: Vendor and version of Unix you are using, hardware platform, kernel version (if applicable). For hardware related questions include model name/number of any affected components. For software issues, indicate which commands you are issuing and any error messages if applicable. Accuracy is important -- copy and paste if possible.
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Old 10-31-2001
OK. Great idea. Have added as a recommended suggestion for posters for better, faster replies to posts.

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