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 SUSE Help Center
This is the help manual that comes with your installation of SUSE. Very handy.

 man pages
Documentation for Linux commands and software. New users may be a little lost at first using the man pages.

 Books offers a wide variety of books for SUSE users.

This whole site is peppered with other online resources, but I'll point out a few that deserve special mention

  • SuSEForums Unofficial support site for SUSE Linux users.
  • SuSELinuxSupport Unofficial support site for SUSE Linux users.
  • Google No kidding. If you have a problem, don't think you are the first one to have it. Do a search using the error you get or question you have and you might find something to get you going in the right direction.
  • openSUSE Official wiki for topics related to the openSUSE project.
  • Linux Newbie Guide I haven't spent much time here yet, but it seems like someone put a lot of effort into it and is worth a look for general Linux information for new users
  • Linux Guide for Newbies is a brief overview answering some of the questions that new Linux users often have.
  • Unofficial SUSEFAQ Lots of infomation here from installation to ripping CDs. Some parts of the site seem a little out-of-date.
  • Novell's SUSE Linux Site Official site for SUSE Linux. While it may not solve a lot of problems, it provides some good information none the less.
  • SUSE Linux Portal SUSE's gizmo for registering products...and stuff. I'm not real clear on the "ins and outs" of this site, but they do have a knowledge base where you can search for resolutions to issues you may be having.
  • A very handy site with several Linux "how-to's" and guides.
  • News, information...grab a pack of smokes and a beer, there's a lot to soak up on this site.
  • The One Page Linux Manual Guess what this pdf is...
  • Novell Cool Solutions News and guides for Novell products. You can also sign up for their newsletter. When I first found this site, I found SEVERAL articles explaining some nagging questions I had in the back of my head. Of particular interest are:
  • Portail d'Alionet is a French SUSE Linux forum and community site.
  • is the official Polish SUSE Forums.
  • looks like an active and friendly SUSE Linux forum for German-speaking users.
 OpenSUSE's Communicate Page has a great list of resources where you can connect to other SUSE users and find help
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