I just decided to install some snmp daemon on my ubuntu servers. I tried to start with this site, and searched for snmp. No hits. I'm exclusively an Ubuntu Linux admin at this point so I figured I'd start at the source.
So then I try the dreaded unix.stackexchange.com. One hit.
Serverfault: 114 hits.
Maybe Ubuntu is about the OS as a desktop. Maybe it's not about things that are sort of general UNIX admin like installing snmp.
Most of what I will need to know about Ubuntu is things like the network stack. How to get Nagios, Cacti, SNPMD, SMTP and other daemony things working.
Should I just hang out at ServerFault?