How to search for a solution when you have an antiX problem

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  • #1539
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    This is an edited version of the original written by rokytnj for antiX

    To keep from forum burnout being asked the same questions over and over and over again. We are a very small team of testers and developers so any help you can give yourself. It will be appreciated greatly by all using AntiX.

    Here is how this biker who used to be computer clueless. Let alone Linux or AntiX clueless.

    This is a text file I keep in /home/username and name it search.

    Copy and paste this into google when you wish to search. Put in your problem 1st. Then paste in google’s search box

    site:antixforum.com

    Since this site is very new, you probably won’t get (m)any hits to the above.

    More than 99% of the time. We have already posted a solution to your problems.

    Another good one liner is

    site:forums.debian.net

    and one more for your text file should be Edit: Server change since I made this sticky.

    site:forum.mxlinux.org

    So added on the above date to compensate for my removed link : Debian search
    and Google

    For good measure:
    Another privacy non tracking search engine I use is ixquick

    Lastly. If you have a problem. Plus. You used my method to solve it. Do us a favor. Start a thread describing exactly your problem. “Don’t Work or Help” do not qualify as a good thread title. Give some info on the details of your problem.
    Then post the link you found using my suggestion here to fix your problem. Then take a little time to describe what steps you took to fix it.

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    Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways; the point is to change it.

    #1541
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    anticapitalista
    anticapitalista

    Videos that will help you when dazed and confused

    dolphin_oracle videos

    Dolphin Oracle put his heart and soul making these videos so your journey into using AntiX will be that much easier and painless.
    The least you can do is give the man a like when you watch one of his videos.

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    Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways; the point is to change it.

    #1543
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    anticapitalista
    anticapitalista

    When you first get here, we know you are confused and like lost in the woods a bit. To help us help you.
    Whenever you 1st join the forums, give us these readouts from a terminal.
    Just copy and paste then highlight the text on the page and click on code button.

    These readouts will help us to help you.

    inxi -zv7

    But you can also use

    inxi -Fxz

    To show us your repositories.

    inxi -r

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    Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways; the point is to change it.

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