Wish list for Fedora Core 2
ba at linuxin.dk
Thu Jan 15 04:29:12 UTC 2004
Now at test, i use one server (Fedora) and 10 clients (Fedora) with
their homes at the server. I am using NFS.
If the test is OK, ill be using RHES as server and Fedora Core 2 as
workstations simply because they have the most polished desktop.
But, i still cant see why it cant be done with a menu editor. (Or Num
Lock in redhat-config-keyboard)
On ons, 2004-01-14 at 15:53 +0000, Rui Miguel Seabra wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-01-13 at 21:12, Bjorn Andersen wrote:
> > I like the menu you have made, and thanks for the info on
> > ~/.gnome2/vfolders/applications.vfolder-info
> > But it is not that easey as i would have hoped. I dont want to write
> > this menu on 100 systems (copy a default file and change the owner)
> If it's an homogeneous network like it seems (lot's of users in a
> single logical network) then managing 100 machines is "almost the same"
> as managing 10.
> It may require a little shell programming magic or a better planning
> of the network settings, for instance:
> Are the homes directly on the computers, or are the homes in a central
> server that exports (via NFS, SMB or something else) them to the
> If this is the case, for instance, you'd just have to do that almost
> as easy as:
> for USER in /home/* ; do
Bjorn Andersen <ba at linuxin.dk>
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