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The KDE Community is friendly and helpful, so here you'll find hints on where to get help, and some guidance on using the different channels.

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Asking Questions properly and hints about things to check before you ask, and information to gather.
 
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A list of IRC Channels specifically about KDE software and related issues. IRC usually brings replies fairly quickly, but probably not instantly.
 
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Mailing Lists for help in using KDE applications. You receive all mail that goes to a Mailing List.
 
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Forums are where you leave a message and check later for replies. Look for the check-box to get notifications of replies.
 
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Websites lists KDE-related sites, as well as articles about using KDE software.
 
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Troubleshooting is the place to look for help with configuration or hardware problems.

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