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While professional PC-BSD® support is available from {{citelink|url=http://www.ixsystems.com/support-center/ix/software/pc-bsd.html|txt=iXsystems}}, most users turn to the Internet for help. We are doing our best to make PC-BSD® as easy as possible for newcomers. Should you need help, there are plenty of ways to get in touch with the PC-BSD® community. This section discusses the following help resources:
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We are doing our best to make PC-BSD® as easy as possible for newcomers. Should you need help, there are plenty of ways to get in touch with the PC-BSD® community. This section discusses the following help resources:

As your teacher may have told you, "Do or Do Not, there is no try," or more likely, that "there is no such thing as a stupid question." However, there are better ways to ensure that you receive the response you seek and that it will be a productive exchange for all parties involved. The two articles below help to describe how and why it is important to follow certain protocols when requesting help:


References


  1. http://divajutta.com/doctormo/foo/ask-smart-questions.pdf
  2. http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
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