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Yes, share it here on Ask Ubuntu. It's perfectly fine to ask and answer your own question aka share an in depth how-to tutorial on Ask Ubuntu. See this link in Help Center on Answering your own questions. What I would suggest is to break down the tutorial in smaller independent parts and ask and answer different questions for them. Since you have already ...


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That one question fits the definition of too broad, you will need to write the equivalent of a book to start answering the question. Also, I would downvote it, it doesn't show any research effort, and it's unclear. Seriously, there's just too much wrong with that question that isn't worth anyones effort.


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Tutorials are essentially a "How to do X " type of question. These are acceptable, as long as they stay within the scope of the site ( about Ubuntu or its derivatives ) and not too broad. You did not specify which topic you want to ask, so it would be easier to determine whether or not your particular question will be acceptable. On a side note, bugs and ...


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IMHO asking for tutorials is asking for a lot of link and/or low quality answers. While asking for a lead my not be frowned upon as long you ask your questions like "how can i achieve -add your topic here-" they are not to broad to answer within the sites scope you should be fine. But expect your question to be marked as duplicate if it already exists with ...


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I contacted Jorge and he has two of the videos up on YouTube. Unfortunately the other two are lost to time. I've updated the links to the two videos that he still has.


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