/r/Linux Rules – No support requests – No spamblog submissions – No memes – No Trolling – Relevance – No Spamming self-promotion – No misdirecting links – No NSFW

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1) No support requests – This is not a support forum! Head to /r/linuxquestions or /r/linux4noobs for support or help. Looking for a distro? Try r/findmeadistro.

2) No spamblog submissions – Posts that are identified as either blog-spam, a link aggregator, or an otherwise low-effort website are to be removed.

3) No memes, image macros or rage comics – Meme posts are not allowed in r/linux outside of the weekend megathread. Feel free to post over at /r/linuxmemes instead.

4) Reddiquette, trolling, or poor discussion – r/linux asks all users follow Reddiquette. Top violations of this rule are trolling, starting a flamewar, or not "remembering the human" aka being hostile or incredibly impolite.

5) Relevance to r/linux community – Posts should follow what the community likes: GNU/Linux, Linux kernel itself, the developers of the kernel or open source applications, any application on Linux, and more. Take some time to get the feel of the subreddit if you're not sure!

6) Spamming self-promotion and surveys – Submitting your own original content is welcome on r/linux, but we do ask that you contribute more than just your own content to the subreddit as well as require you to interact with the comments of your submission. Additionally, surveys are not allowed.

7) No misdirecting links, sites that require a login, or URL shorteners – In short: if your link doesn't go right to the content it will be removed.

8) No NSFW – If you're posting a screenshot of your background, make sure it's SFW!

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