Using the Web to Get Help
One of the best ways to find help for a Unix problem is to do a Google search (www.google.com). Besides maintaining an extremely large database of Web pages, Google also provides search results from Usenet discussion groups, which can include a wealth of technical information and often provide better answers to Unix problems than other Web searches do.
Figure 3.6 Search results from Google, limited to online discussion groups. Shown in the Safari browser.