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I think we should really try to avoid FAQs that anybody can find on Google.... Ubuntu, Fedora, and most other distro's already have great guides for that kind of stuff. I think what we should focus on is
A) What those guides often assume a total newbie will know
B) Advanced non-distro specific stuff (like compiling a custom kernel) that there aren't many guides for.

It seems some of us are trying to replace the Wiki's and guides of the big distros, and that gets us nowhere, because every linux blog out there also have that same info. We've got to try to get ourselves popular as a linux help place, where you can easily get help and info that is not popular.
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