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    There is just s**tloads of early PHP v5 and lower tutorials on the web, and people need to take that stuff down!
    Last edited by Arty Zifferelli; June 25th, 2017 at 03:59 PM.
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    Why are you telling us? What are we supposed to do about it?

    Why not tell the people/sites that have those tutorials posted? :P
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    It's merely an observation in a open forum. Why are you being such an asshole about it?
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    I guess because sarcasm is hard to detect on the internet? I'm guessing you didn't take it in the jovial manner that it was meant, what with you resorting to calling me names and such.

    Oh well, good luck with your... what is it you're doing again?
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    There is so much bad linux-oriented documentation on the internet it amazes me that anyone gets anything done. Probably half (or more) documentation for some OS application is undated. Nothing like spending half an hour reading a document that was written 10 or 15 years ago. You really get up-to-date information!

    One reason I stick with Fedora and CentOS is the excellent Redhat documentation, although the Fedora docs have their share of undated stuff.
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