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Hi all, I guess it will be nice to have FAQ-Frequently Asked Question-section. Because few question are asked again and again,say for example how to restore grub and windows...etc. It ...
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    Hi all,
    I guess it will be nice to have FAQ-Frequently Asked Question-section.
    Because few question are asked again and again,say for example how to restore grub and windows...etc.
    It will be useful to have these kind of commonly repeated questions and it's answer in a command place.
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    umm....


    Well all tutorials are in forum called Linux Tutorials, HOWTO's & Reference Material....

    So I dont think "FAQ-Frequently Asked Question-section" is needed

    Just my opinion...

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    Thanks for the suggestion, Lakshmipathi.

    I can't say whether or not Core Wizard will implement it, but I'm sure it will be given due consideration.
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    ok this may be a bit offtopic.... Do you need to write a module for another FAQ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan1024188
    ok this may be a bit offtopic.... Do you need to write a module for another FAQ..
    Writing a module?..i can't understand.
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    I think this will make my case bit stronger...
    3 threads for data recovery in few days time....
    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/man...tml#post420938...
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    actually the problem is, desparate users never search beforehand. they just put their problems. Harddisk Recovery thread is 'Sticky' in Installation Forum but users ignored that.





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    Agreed... a thorough search should be the first step in seeking help, but like you say, it rarely happens.
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