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Perhaps even more than other HOWTOs, this one needs and welcomes your suggestions, criticisms, and contributions. Not only is feedback welcome: it's necessary. If you think something is missing here, please email me. If you have a distribution other than Red Hat and your config files are different or placed in other directories, please tell me and I'll include your tips. My aim is making life with Linux as easy as possible.
Linux has a huge number of packages, so it's impossible to include directions for all of them. Please keep your requests/suggestions pertinent to the ``most reasonable'' programs---I'll leave it to your common sense.
``Configuration HOWTO'' was written by Guido Gonzato,
Many thanks to all other HOWTO authors and man pages writers/maintainers,
whose work I've cheeklessly pilfered.
This document is provided ``as is''. I put great effort into writing it as accurately as I could, but you use the information contained in it at your own risk. In no event shall I be liable for any damages resulting from the use of this work.
I hope you'll find this work useful. Whenever I install a new Linux box, I actually do...