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Guides for different distros

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mehulved

18 Till I Die............
Canonical - Ubuntu / Kubuntu Linux


  1. Ubuntu Guide
  2. Ubuntu Official Guide
  3. Ubuntu Linux Resources
  4. Edgy Eft Complete sources.list
  5. Source-O-Matic
  6. Ubuntu Video
  7. Document Storage Archive
  8. Building Ubuntu DVD Images of main, universe and multiverse repositories
  9. Forum + Blog
  10. Mailing Lists :- https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/
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Novell - SUSE Linux



  1. Suse Wiki
  2. Official Guide
  3. Forums
  4. SUSE FAQ
  5. Mailing Lists :- http://www.suse.com/en/private/support/online_help/mailinglists/index.html
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Red Hat - Fedora Core


  1. Stanton's Notes
  2. MJM Wired's Notes
  3. Official Guides
  4. Forum
  5. Fedora Solved
  6. Fedora FAO
  7. Fedora Wiki
  8. Mailing Lists :- http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo
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Arch Linux




  1. Wiki
  2. Beginner's Guide
  3. The Arch Linux Thread

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Mandriva Linux



  1. Easy Linux Wiki
  2. Official Documents
  3. Forums
  4. Mailing Lists :- http://www.mandriva.com/en/mailing_lists
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Gentoo Linux



  1. Official Handbook
  2. Gentoo Wiki
  3. Simple Guide
  4. Portage
  5. Fresh Ebuilds
  6. Gentoo XEffects
  7. Forums
  8. Mailing Lists :- http://www.gentoo.org/main/en/lists.xml
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Linspire / Freespire


  1. Linspire Guide
  2. Forums
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Xandros Linux




  1. Official Guide
  2. Xandros Wiki
  3. Forums
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Knoppix Linux



  1. Knoppix Official Wiki
  2. Forums
  3. Mailing List :- http://www.knoppix.net/wiki/Mailing_List
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Slackware Linux


  1. Slackbook
  2. Slackware How-To's
  3. Forum
  4. Slackware Handbook
  5. Slackware Linux Basics
  6. Slackware Help Forum
  7. Mailing Lists :- http://www.slackware.com/lists/
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Debian GNU/Linux

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  1. About Debian Linux
  2. Debian Users Manual
  3. Dwarf's Guide to Debian GNU/Linux
  4. Debian Survivor's Guide
  5. Debian Wiki
  6. Debian GNU/Linux Administration Resources
  7. Debian WGDD
  8. Debian FAQ
  9. Creating Custom Kernel with Debian's Kernel-Packaging System
  10. Debian Help
  11. Debian Forums
  12. Mailing Lists :- http://www.debian.org/MailingLists/
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Generally Linux

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The Linux Documentation Project
How-To's
LinuxQuestions.org Wiki
Easy Linux
HowtoForge
Distro Watch
ELG
MJM Wired
LinuxQuestions.org
Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
Linux Reality
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Couldn't resist adding two flavours of BSD's, since I have used PC-BSD and was very much impressed by it and it has progressed a lot since then.

PC-BSD


  1. Documentation
  2. Forum
  3. FAQ's
  4. Download PBI's
  5. Blog
  6. Mailing Lists :- http://www.pcbsd.org/?p=lists
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DesktopBSD

  1. DesktopBSD Wiki
  2. Forum
  3. Mailing Lists :- http://desktopbsd.net/mailman/listinfo/
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FreeBSD


  1. FreeBSD Home Page
  2. FreeBSD Handbook
  3. FreeBSD Basics
  4. FreeBSD Diary
  5. The Complete FreeBSD
  6. BSD Forums
  7. FreeBSD Blog
  8. FreeBSD Community
Many of the links for FreeBSD have been obtained from http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?t=263648
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System Administration
  1. SysAdmin Journal
  2. Linux Network Administrators Guide
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Some nice Essays by Eric Raymond here http://catb.org/esr/writings/
And this would be worth reading once http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
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Thank you to Harsh(QwertyManiac) for helping in compiling and arranging.

And have a look at this too http://www.thinkdigit.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3054 and http://www.thinkdigit.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6478.
It's in the other sticky too but I don't really see people reading that one.
 
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QwertyManiac

Commander in Chief
Sure spashy, that distro didnt come to our mind while making this.

Here you go, an addition :D

Slackware Linux


  1. LQ Guide
Thats all I could find, if you have some links people, add it in this format :
Distro :
Logo [Optional] :
Official Site :
Guide Link :
Description [Optional] :
@tech_your_future - No problem, thanks :D Just thought that if a guide looked good all would atleast refer it :p
 

eddie

El mooooo
Kudos to you on creating a really helpful topic for lots of people.

...but that gentoo icon looks a little jagged :| . Could you please change it to some better one? I am attaching one if you don't want to go through the trouble of searching for it :)
 

Satissh S

Youngling
qwerty said:
Sure spashy, that distro didnt come to our mind while making this.
you mean, the oldest living GNU/linux distribution didn't come to your mind?? thats scary. Sure this due to the low media hype that has surrounded slacky ever since.

Nice topic by the way. Ill tell mehul if i find any interesting links.
 
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mehulved

18 Till I Die............
Nothing like that. It just skipped my brain since I haven't used it since a long time. But, it will always remain as 'The Distro' that made me move towards Linux.
 
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mehulved

18 Till I Die............
Sure riyaz I will add the links from that thread, which I have missed out so far.
@prakash and anybody else, if you'll have a few links on some how-to's for Debian please give them out.
 
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mehulved

18 Till I Die............
Added a link for extra repos for Ubuntu Edgy Eft. I hope it will come useful for edgy users.
 
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