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Online Troubleshooting Resources: HOWTO

Online Troubleshooting Resources: HOWTO

Jean-Philippe Guérard

Version 1.7

2006-05-25

Revision History
Revision 1.72006-05-25Revised by: JPG
Two updates following suggestions of Oguz Yarimtepe (the Basic Unix Tutorial of Idaho State University is not available anymore, update of the link to the Why use Google page). Added a section listing translations of this document.
Revision 1.62005-08-06Revised by: JPG
Added FOLDOC (thanks to Howard Mann for suggesting this). General document update and cleanup. Added the text of the Open Publication Licence at the end of the document.
Revision 1.52002-10-20Revised by: JPG
More dead links removal & URL updates. Author and copyright updated as per Horward Mann request.
Revision 1.42002-03-04Revised by: JPG
Dead links removal. Outdated links update. Revision of the HOWTOs and FAQs sections.
Revision 1.32000-07-24Revised by: HM
Update.
Revision 1.21999-11-20Revised by: HM
Added "Introduction to Unix" to Unix section.
Revision 1.11999-11-08Revised by: HM
Added Geocrawler.com to Mailing List Section. Convert to DocBook.
Revision 0.51999-09-18Revised by: HM
Initial release.

Troubleshooting a Linux-related issue is often perceived as a difficult task. But, often, the solution is just a few clicks away on the internet. This document will direct Linux users to resources available on the Internet that provide access to a vast amount of Linux-related information useful in the troubleshooting problems.