On May 3, rick at linuxmafia.com said:
>> 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.
Ayuh. I like the overall scheme of what Linuxconf is attempting, and
used contribute (I've fallen behind for various reasons) fixes when I
found things like this. As pointed out by someone at a recent
gathering of LUGites, if you find a bug, report it. Bugs don't get
fixed if people don't know they're there.
I looked at webmin, but the phrase "web-based front-end" makes me run
screaming regardless of the context. Linuxconf is happily in the
'works for me' category.
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