Quoting Waider (waider at dspsrv.com):
> And, the whole point of Linuxconf is that you can manage your machine
> WITHOUT having to go dig through an assload of 'simply edited
> scripts'. In concept it is no different from the GNOME/KDE control
> panel tools.
You know, if you like that sort of thing, you might want to check into
Webmin. I know of people who've used both, and consider Webmin head and
shoulders above the other. Me, I just see messed-up routing tables
Linuxconf sometimes leaves behind, and consider it bad juju, in general.
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