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Subject:Re: Chapters and sections From:"Bonni J. Graham" <bgraham -at- ELECTRICITI -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 27 Sep 1994 09:49:21 PST
"I'm less interested in answers than in questions I should answer, and
y'all have found successful"
My approach, especially for installation, has always been to try it on one
(or more if I can get my hands on 'em) machines. If you can, try to do it
on machines with different configurations, to see if that makes any
One major question I almost never see answered is, "What if something
doesn't work -- how can I work around it? How can I recover from it? How
do I know it didn't work?"
Just some thoughts -- hope they help
Director, Region 8 Conference
bgraham -at- electriciti -dot- com