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== Suggestions ==
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== Page history and purpose ==
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This page was constructed from information previously available in [[Post Installation Tips]] and Beginners' Guide Appendix.
  
=== Considerations before further commits ===
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The intended style is that of an "index" of popular or otherwise frequently-sought information. This page should contain no real "content", but rather short introductions/descriptions of a problem/application followed by a suitable wiki link for interested parties.
  
To keep content in the main articles/keep this page as a neat link repository:
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That said, please keep headings alphabetical.
*[[#Emacs shell]] should belong in [[Emacs]]
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*[[#grep]], [[#ls]] and most of [[#Console improvements]] can go in a ''Basic Commands'' article.
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*Other Bash content should be moved to [[Bash]]
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<small>All of these ^ become links</small><br>
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Structure-wise:
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*Keep notices such as "''[[yaourt]] or another [[AUR helper]]''" in [[#Recommended reading]]
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I added merged of this content (that I'm now asking to move) before realizing that the merger has more opportunities for improvement. Seeing that it's a major departure from [[Post Installation Tips]]/[[Beginners' Guide Appendix]], I bring this up before changing too much. Thoughts? [[User:Pwd|pwd]] 23:57, 19 December 2009 (EST)
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== Comments ==
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-- [[User:Pointone|pointone]] 20:03, 11 January 2010 (EST)
 
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Doing layout first is a nice idea... good thinking.
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--[[User:Gen2ly|Gen2ly]] 14:16, 19 December 2009 (EST)
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Revision as of 12:44, 30 October 2013

Page history and purpose

This page was constructed from information previously available in Post Installation Tips and Beginners' Guide Appendix.

The intended style is that of an "index" of popular or otherwise frequently-sought information. This page should contain no real "content", but rather short introductions/descriptions of a problem/application followed by a suitable wiki link for interested parties.

That said, please keep headings alphabetical.

-- pointone 20:03, 11 January 2010 (EST)