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Heya, As some of you may have noticed, we are now carrying feeds to a handful of newgroups: linux.debian.user linux.gentoo.user linux.redhat alt.os.linux.slackware alt.linux.suse alt.os.linux.mandrake There is an FAQ here giving ...
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    Heya,

    As some of you may have noticed, we are now carrying feeds to a handful of newgroups:

    linux.debian.user
    linux.gentoo.user
    linux.redhat
    alt.os.linux.slackware
    alt.linux.suse
    alt.os.linux.mandrake

    There is an FAQ here giving more details about the system:
    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6886

    In a nutshell, the newsgroups appear as part of the forums, allowing you to easily communicate with a wider audience and take part in other discussions on usenet all from one website.

    The only difference between the newsgroup sections and the rest of the forums, is when you "View posts since last visit", posts in newsgroups are not displayed, just posts in the rest of the forums.

    All comments about this new feature are welcome

    Jason

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    Does linux.redhat include Fedora or is there a separate one for that since RH is making the distro's more and more different as time goes by? i.e. features, modules included or excluded by default, install procedures, updates, conf files etc...
    Dan

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    yes, you can currently get support for fedora in linux.redhat.

    There is talk of a new usenet group being created specifically for fedora, but currently no "official" ones exist.

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