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message boards '
of the internet. UseNet is
made up of millions of 'newsgroups'. It uses
the [NNTP] protocol.
+The original message boards or forums of the made up of millions of the [NNTP] protocol .
Archived by GoogleGroups
, who used to be !
are now becoming a big part of the Usenet
+ , DejaNews . . . are .
If you're in Linux, use MozillaMail, [Pan|http://pan.rebelbase.com/] ([GNOME]) or [Knode|http://knode.sourceforge.net/] ([KDE]) to read newsgroups in XFree86; or [tin|http://www.tin.org/] or [slrn|http://www.slrn.org/] to read them in console mode.
Linux, being a newer thing (Usenet
was one of the first things on the Internet
in the early 1980s, full of [VAX] and [UNIX] questions )
tends to be best supported in [ MailingLists|
MailingList] ; however if you have
MicrosoftWindows queries , you'll get better answers from UseNet (specifically
private ' newsgroups)
9 times out of 10.
+ was one of the first things on the in the early 1980s, full of [VAX] and [UNIX] questions tends to be best supported in [MailingList] MicrosoftWindows queries MicrosoftCorporation's private 9 times out of 10.