Re: dcfgtool and clones
On Jun 1, Kai Henningsen wrote:
> 2. We need a general system administration tool. Lots of other Unix and
> Unix-like Systems already have those, with varying quality. This thing
> should ideally be able to configure everything that is globally
> configurable on a Debian system, probably via modules provided by the
> packages, and be able to run in text mode, under X, and via the web.
> And it should not change the format of the configuration info, so
> people can avoid it alltogether, and can exchange configuration files
> with other systems.
Can't we use something like our current menu system? The pdmenu package
could be a good starting point for a sysadmin tool.
Peter Tobias <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com>
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