Re: What do I use to reconfigure the network /after/ initial install on Etch?
What is the point of having all info stored in plain text files if one
is supposed to only use tools to edit them? They might as well be
binary. Or is it perhaps so other tools can easily read them?
You can easily edit them with whatever you want. If you do have a
frontend, like a configurator and you like it, use it. If you don't, you
can always use your favorite text editor. This is freedom.
Also, this makes it possible for one to change configurations via
scripts (bash, perl, python, whatever), which opens a lot of doors,
thinking server/workstation administration.
fn:Cassiano Bertol Leal