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== I think, I found a bug in netatalk. Where should I report it? ==
 
== I think, I found a bug in netatalk. Where should I report it? ==
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First of all, try to isolate the problem and see whether it's not a feature instead (some of the underlying mac-related basics like file/folder IDs and the like, look irritating for people newly entering the world of cross-platform networking)
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Then have a look in the archives of both netatalk-admins and netatalk-devel list whether it's a known bug, already being worked on, or something special.
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# http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=netatalk
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# http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=netatalk-devel
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If that doesn't help, consider asking the lists whether some others might have an idea what's going on (try to avoid using the  SourceForge discussion forums since most experienced users and developers only monitor the mailing lists)
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Before asking the list, try to understand and accept the  basic principles for reporting bugs and asking for help
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If you're finally sure you found a bug, then please report it at the SF Bugs section and post it to the netatalk-devel list as well (no list subscription required).
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In case, the developers want you to provide more details about crashing processes, have a look at how to use gdb.
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== Is there an RPM, package, or tarball for my platform? ==
 
== Is there an RPM, package, or tarball for my platform? ==
 
== Which CNID scheme should I choose for my volumes? ==
 
== Which CNID scheme should I choose for my volumes? ==

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