Rob Bradford writes ("Re: Help"):
> This list is not relevant for this topic. A revelant list would be
Can I offer my form letter which I use for cases like this ?
Thank you for your message to the Debian Technical Committee.
The Committee's purpose is to resolve technical disputes for the
Debian Project (http://www.debian.org/).
The Technical Committee is not the right avenue for other enquiries
about Debian, GNU/Linux, or computing in general. Unfortunately we
are not able to reply individually to enquiries which are not
appropriate for the Committee. Instead, here are some useful
* Suggestions for improvements to Debian GNU/Linux:
For detailed suggestions, please use our Bug Tracking System, at
For general suggestions and proposals, please use our mailing
lists - see http://www.debian.org/MailingLists/.
* Invitations for Debian to co-operate with some other project or
activity: contact the project leadership, firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Requests to help with installing or using Debian: use our normal
support channels - see our website, http://www.debian.org/.
* Requests to help with installing or using other GNU/Linux
distributions: try starting at http://www.linuxdoc.org/.
* Requests for help with other problems not related to Debian: use an
appropriate support channel for your enquiry. Debian does not
offer general computing support.
We apologise for the impersonal nature of this form letter.
For more information about Debian, see www.debian.org.
It might be best to leave these replied to me (as Chairman), too, to