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Frequently Asked Questions
1. I'm not currently a Red Hat customer, but I've found a bug that I'd like to report. What should I do?
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2. I'm a customer assisting Red Hat in beta testing the next release of a product and would like to report an issue. What are my next steps?
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3. Does Red Hat staff mailing lists with support personnel to help address technical issues?
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