Any hope for system-config-services ?
mike at miketc.net
Thu Jul 21 16:51:59 UTC 2011
On Thu, 2011-07-21 at 09:43 -0400, Richard Ryniker wrote:
> It would be more accurate to say "The current Fedora releases are not
> typically used as servers." I expect many are like me and use an older
> Fedora release on servers: F9 in my case, because it does its job well
> and any limitations do not impair its function.
> It seems perfectly reasonable to expect, with another turn or two of the
> Fedora crank, that services will be easier to configure with systemd,
> systemctl, or whatever.
I run Fedora as a *personal* server at home since it's inception, and
before that with Red Hat Linux. Yea it's home use, such as
email/file/ftp/www/nfs but it works and works well. Albeit not a level
as a business but it does work.
And to configure a service on it or if want to use a mini gui, I just
type *setup* and go to the System Services and there I can
enable/disable them as I please. Otherwise I use CLI for individual
"The best town on Earth!"
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