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Old 02-06-2008
The way for starting new threads is not clear

I appreciate you for providing this type of good resource for Unix.
But the way how to post a new thread is not clear for a registered user.

No where in the forums page I could find the link or any button for this purpose like "NEW THREAD"

shall any one go through 'contact us' for posting a question...?

I am new to this i couldn't find another way for posting questions...

Please help me out of this.
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Old 02-06-2008
You posted a new thread to ask how to post a new thread. Look at our forums page. Pick a forum. Go to that forum. Click "new thread".
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