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Simple rules of the UNIX.COM forums:

RULES OF THE UNIX AND LINUX FORUMS

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  1. No flames, shouting (all caps), sarcasm, bullying, profanity or arrogant posts.
  2. No negative comments about others or impolite remarks. Be patient. No BSD vs. Linux vs. Windows or similar negative threads.
  3. Refrain from idle chatter that does not contribute to the knowledge base. This does not apply to the forums in The Unix Lounge which are for off-topic discussions.
  4. Do not 'bump up' questions if they are not answered promptly. No duplicate or cross-posting and do not report a post or send a private message where your goal is to get an answer more quickly.
  5. Search the forums database with your keywords before asking questions.
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  9. Edit your posts if you see spelling or grammar errors (don't write in cyberchat or cyberpunk style). English only.
  10. Don't post your email address and ask for an email reply. Don't send a private message with a technical question. The forums are for the benefit of all, so all Q&A should take place in the forums.
  11. Post questions with descriptive subjects. For example, do not post questions with subjects like "Help Me!", "Urgent!!" or "Doubt". Post subjects like "Execution Problems with Cron" or "Help with Backup Shell Script".
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  13. The forum administrators reserve the right to prune, move or edit posts that do not adhere to the rules or are technically inaccurate.
  14. The forum administrators reserve the right to remove users or change their posting status to read only without notice if any rules are not followed.
  15. (15) No smoking in the forums.

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  • (D) Remember, this is a professional forum dedicated to the open and universal exchange of information. Please help keep the quality of the posts very high for the entire world community.
  • (E) Show appreciation to other forum members for their contributions by clicking on the "Thanks" button (located at the bottom of each post) when you see excellent posts, questions and answers.

Last edited by Neo; 02-07-2019 at 06:39 AM.. Reason: Copied rules form the main link: https://www.unix.com/misc.php?do=cfrules added formatting
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Updated rules.

Change: Code tags are now "the rule" and not just a guideline.
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