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klik User's FAQ online now

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klik provides an easy way to download and use software for most major distributions. There are currently 3 distributions which have the klik client preinstalled: Kanotix, openSUSE (SLICK enhanced), and CPX-MINI. klik User's FAQ is online now and being added to daily.

I'm working on getting the klik User's FAQ complete. The plan is to add at least one new section each day during the next two weeks. Today, I completed "Basics" and put it up together with probono's "Which are the supported operating systems?"

Tomorrow's topic: klik client installation. While I have already noted about 105 questions, maybe the one that plagues you is still missing. Send it in, we'll deal with it.

kilk User's FAQ.

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