Support Sites [Linux Documentation Project http://tldp.org] — great site. Howtos, guides, excellent place for the newbie to start. [usenet http://groups.google.com] — newsgroups searches via Google. If you've got a problem, chances are someone else had it before you, and posted a solution to it on usenet. [O'Reilly http://www.oreillynet.com/] — Linux-friendly book publisher. They put quite a lot of documentation on the web for free. [badmagicnumber http://www.badmagicnumber.com/] — NOLUG member Craig Jackson's site. Quite informative. [Joey Kelly's scratchpad http://joeykelly.net/scratchpad/index.cgi?LinuxSupport] — fantastic site. Rated 5 stars. [USALUG http://usalug.org] — Great support forums, open to all distros. [OpenSuse.US http://opensuse.us] — Support forums dedicated to Open Suse. [Experts Exchange http://www.experts-exchange.com/] — peer-to-peer knowledge base: query the volunteer experts on most technical subjects. Interesting… it looks/works like the old AskMe.com. Dell's new [Linux site http://linux.dell.com/] — round two, apparently. [linuxprinting.org http://www.linuxprinting.org] — The first stop for all your Linux printing needs. Everything from drivers to supplies. Of particular interest is the [database http://www.linuxprinting.org/database.html], where printers are rated from Works Perfectly to Paperweight. Save yourself time by heading here first. [linuxquestions.org http://www.linuxquestions.org] — A good source for peer Q&A. WirelessLinux — Tips and tricks to get your wireless card working. [GrokDoc http://www.grokdoc.net] — [GrokLaw http://www.groklaw.net]'s switcher site for newbies. [Hardware incompatibility list http://leenooks.com/] — a novel approach to finding out if your hardware is going to work with Linux, or not. [Rosetta Stone For Unix http://bhami.com/rosetta.html] — What do they call that in this world? [Bashscripts http://bashscripts.org] — Anyone need some nice scripts for anything and everything?