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    Tutorials Forums: "RFT" list

    I've just thought of something that might make it simpler for people to come up with tutorials to write. Maybe make a sticky in each tutorial forum where people can reply to with a "Request for a Tutorial" if they haven't seen it covered (and have genuinely tried to look) or covered adequately.

    I'd like to give credit to Relyt for spurring this suggestion in this post.
    Chris Shepherd
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    This could save me time on asking people too give me ideas. Generally the OS installation tutorials I wrote were either for my paper, or because someone asked me in private too do it.

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    Speaking of which, could anyone write a Debian installation tutorial? I'm kinda bleh'ed out to a customer about the topic and I've had a few errors during the installation process.
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