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Комуникација

Комуникација и тражење помоћи
Fedora има јаку заједницу која је спремна да помогне. Пошто корисници и контрибутори обухватају читав глобус, кључни део пројекта је комуникација. IRC разговор , дописна група и форуми дају брз и лак пут до комуникације.
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Комуницирајте са заједницом

Будите сигурни да разумете и пратите правила пре него што започнете комуникацију са другима у Федориној заједници. Нека основна правила се могу наћи у Дописне групе и правила и у Како да IRC .

Помоћи себи

Пре него што затражите помоћ од других, молимо вас узмите мало времена да се осврнете на велики избор средстава за самопомоћ. Погледајте Федорину документацију и често постављена питања . Ако већ користите Федору, man и info странице садрже доста корисних информација. Можете приступити тим информацијама користећи man и info команде. На пример, ако хоћете да научите више о yum програму користећи man, онда бисте написали следеће:

man yum

~-Притисните 'q' да изађете.-~

Да бисте прочитали info странице у вези gcc програма, користите:

info gcc

~-Притисните 'q' да изађете.-~

Постоји известан број других докумената присутних на вашем систему у фасцикли за документацију /usr/share/docs/. rpm команда има опцију за приказивање списка све документације повезане са датим пакетом. Као пример, да бисте видели списак свих докумената доступних за пакет "coreutils", користите:

rpm -qd coreutils

Док ове команде раде у терминалу, постоје и друге алатке које су лакше за коришћење. Погледајте мени за ваше радно окружење и програме. Немојте заборавити да погледате Федорину документацију .

Давање повратне информације порграмерима

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