Trick - Post A Wrong Answer To Get a Right Answer

Some of us might take IPVM for granted; if you formulate a reasonably well defined question/problem that falls within the expertise of the membership, you have excellent odds of getting help.

Unfortunately, the same can not be said for most free technical forums, in which are erratic in there response to say the least. As an example, I was looking for some Linux help on...

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