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Usenet files were originally designed to function like journals. Messages contained in the files are referred to as articles. A user could write an article, post it in Usenet, and have it immediately distributed to other systems around the world. Someone could then read the
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article on Usenet, instead of waiting for a journal publication. Usenet files themselves were organized as journal publications. Because journals are designed to address specific groups, Usenet files were organized according to groups called newsgroups. When a user posts an article, it is assigned to a specific newsgroup. If another user wants to read that article, he or she looks at the articles in that newsgroup. You can think of each newsgroup as a constantly updated magazine. For example, to read articles on computer science, you would access the Usenet newsgroup on computer science. More recently, Usenet files have also been used as bulletin boards on which people carry on debates. Again, such files are classified into newsgroups, though their articles read more like conversations than journal articles. You can also create articles of your own, which you can then add to a newsgroup for others to read. Adding an article to a newsgroup is called posting the article. Each newsgroup has its own name, which is often segmented to classify newsgroups. Usually, the names are divided into three segments: a general topic, a subtopic, and a specific topic. The segments are delimited by periods. For example, you may have several newsgroups dealing with the general topic rec, which stands for recreation. Of those, some newsgroups may deal with only the subtopic food. Again, of those, a group may only discuss a specific topic, such as recipes. In this case, the newsgroup name would be rec.food.recipes. Many of the bulletin board groups are designed for discussion only, lacking any journal-like articles. A good number of these begin with either alt or talk as their general topic. For example, talk.food.chocolate may contain conversations about how wonderful or awful chocolate is perceived, while alt.food.chocolate may contain informal speculations about the importance of chocolate to the basic structure of civilization as we know it. Here are some examples of Usenet newsgroup names:
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comp.ai.neural-nets comp.lang.pascal sci.physics.fusion rec.arts.movies rec.food.recipes talk.politics.theory
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Linux has newsgroups on various topics. Some are for discussion, and others are sources of information about recent developments. On some, you can ask for help for specific problems. A selection of some of the popular Linux newsgroups is provided here: Newsgroup comp.os.linux.announce comp.os.linux.admin comp.os.linux.misc comp.os.linux.setup comp.os.linux.help linux.help Topic Announcements of Linux developments System administration questions Special questions and issues Installation problems Questions and answers for particular problems Obtain help for Linux problems
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Numerous Red Hat-specific newsgroups are also available, some of which are listed here: Newsgroup Topic
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Newsgroup linux.redhat linux.redhat.development linux.redhat.install linux.redhat.misc linux.redhat.rpm redhat.config redhat.networking.general redhat.security.general redhat.kernel.general
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Topic Red hat Linux topics Application development issues on Red Hat Linux Red Hat installation questions Miscellaneous questions Discuss problems with the Red Hat Package Manager (RPM) Red Hat configuration questions Red Hat networking problems Security issues with Red Hat Working with the Red Hat Linux kernel
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You read Usenet articles with a newsreader, such as KNode, Pan, Pine, Mozilla, Netscape, trn, or tin, which enables you first to select a specific newsgroup and then read the articles in it. A newsreader operates like a user interface, enabling you to browse through and select available articles for reading, saving, or printing. Most newsreaders employ a sophisticated retrieval feature called threads that pulls together articles on the same discussion or topic. Newsreaders are designed to operate using certain kinds of interfaces. For example, KNode is a KDE newsreader that has a KDE interface and is designed for the KDE desktop. Pan has a Gnome interface and is designed to operate on the Gnome desktop. Pine is a cursor-based newsreader, meaning that it provides a full-screen interface that you can work with using a simple screen-based cursor that you can move with arrow keys. It does not support a mouse or any other GUI feature. trn uses a simple command line interface with limited cursor support. Most commands you type in and press ENTER to execute. Several popular newsreaders are listed in Table 18-1. Table 18-1: Linux Newsreaders Description Gnome Desktop newsreader KDE Desktop newsreader Web utility with newsreader capabilities (X Windows based) Web utility with newsreader capabilities (X Windows based) Mail client with newsreader capabilities (cursor based) Newsreader (cursor based) Emacs editor, mail client, and newsreader (cursor based) Newsreader (command line interface)
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