No, I haven't used linuxconf with SuSE. I had RedHat installed for a couple of
days (cheapbytes cd), and I ran linuxconf but i did not like it much (messy,
and it seemed to stay in system very much). Is it a good thing?
John_White at dell.com wrote:
> If you used linuxconf at all I'd be more than a little suspicious . . . .
> But then again, having suse you probably wouldn't have gone to the
> bother of getting & installing linuxconf.
>> just a thought just in case . . . .
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