nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Fri Nov 29 17:00:58 UTC 2013
2013-11-29 17:50, terja at t-online.de skrev:
> Dear Lubuntu Community,
> Yes, Garry Gazules is right. There seems to be no one-stop-shop to get answers for all questions a newbie has-I am one! Pretty scattered infos. I understand this, because it is not a company with a big boss, dictating what people are supposed to do and what not...nevertheless I do not want a big boss! People love their opinions very dearly, so when not happy with a site, make a new one with this beloved opinion.
> I am still having heavy problems with Lub on my netbook and no solution, in spite of several posts and advices in the Ubuntu-Forum.
> I tried to understand the mailing-list, the structure and so on, what to post there and what not-is there a FAQ for this purpose? This kind of communication is a new matter for me, too.
> At first glance the Linuxworld seems not to be cash-or profit driven...is this true?
> Further: Is there something I can do?
> Kind regards,
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I think you have reasonable chances to get help here as well as at the
Ubuntu Forums. But you need some luck, because all helpers are
volunteers, and sometimes there is a gal/guy with the knowledge you
need, sometimes not.
One important thing is to write a good descriptive title or subject line
to attract those who are interested or know about your problem.
So send a new mail to us at lubuntu-users for each problem, and an
appropriate title for each of them :-)
Then when you are happy with your system, we can start thinking about
improving the structure of the wiki pages, cross-references etc. You are
very welcome to help with this task.
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