[CentOS-docs] Suggesed wiki edits: Documentation

Chris Pepper

pepper at reppep.com
Mon Mar 11 20:46:42 UTC 2013


http://wiki.centos.org/Documentation 

	on your host, in this wiki, and and the larger web where you should look 
	on your host, in this wiki, and on the larger web, where you should look 

	a full complement of man and info pages.
	a full complement of manual and info pages.

	The pinfo documentation reader is available which may be installed via yum
	The pinfo documentation reader is available, and may be installed via yum.

	If a variation between documentation and actual function is observed,
	If a discrepancy between documentation and actual function is observed,

	the upstream tracker Similarly
	the upstream tracker. Similarly

	(non Red Hat Network) to obtaining updates from the CentOS mirror network, and attending to trademark removal. and such.
	(non-Red Hat Network) to obtaining updates from the CentOS mirror network, attending to trademark removal, etc.

	The project does not seek to 'extend' its 'base' archive or 'updates' or 'fix' bugs
	The project does not seek to extend its 'base' archive or 'updates' or 'fix' bugs

	Public compute environments generally require payment to use them, to a third party, such as: Amazon to have a reproducing environment at hand.
	Public compute environments generally require payment to a host such as Amazon.

	List of mailinglists about CentOS (also
	List of mailing lists about CentOS (also

	Portugues,
	Portuguese,

	Many highly knowledgeable CentOS community members are helping other users.
	Many highly knowledgeable CentOS community members help other users there.

	The CentOS developers' Blog aggregator
	The CentOS developers' blog aggregator

	And, when asking on the mailing list or in #centos, almost everybody expects that you searched for the problem you had on Google.
	Before asking on the mailing list or in #centos, helpers generally expect you to search for your problem on Google.

	But you will get much smarter help, if you ask smart questions
	But you will get much smarter help if you ask smart questions.


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