There is a lot of written documentation for mrtg, but nevertheless you may
have a problem where you can't find the solution.
In this case some Human Help may be necessary. With MRTG there are several
ways to get Humans to help you.
There are three mailing lists for MRTG available.
for discussion among mrtg users.
for announcements regarding new versions of mrtg related software.
for discussion among people who write software in connection with mrtg or
who hack mrtg itself.
Please note that the memebers of the mrtg mailinglist value politeness
highly. This means behave in a way you would like others to behave
No shouting. (NO CAPS)
No rude language
No demands. everybody is on the list out of their own free will. If
you do not get an answer to your question, chances are high that you
did not give sufficent details about the nature of your problem or
that the answer to your problem is in the documentation.
If you do not follow the rules you will be unsubscribed from the list
with no further questions asked.
Decisions about your unsubscription from the list will be taken by
Alex van den Bogaerdt <alex at ergens.op.het.net>
Paul C. Williamson <pwilliamson at MANDTBANK.COM>
If you feel that you have been treated unfairly, you may send mail to
me and explain the situation.
There is a special Mailinglist for MRTG Users in Japan. It carries
translations of the traffic from MRTG-ANNOUNCE as well as updates on the
Japanese Translation of the MRTG documentation. Go to
http://www.mrtg.jp/ for further Information.