Re: Linuxconf or Webmin - pros and cons
> net config support ? not for Debian
Uh. This is paradox. At least if you want to configure the net from
another machine than localhost, that is (-8*
No, it's not. Configuring a remote box is perfectly legal. Imagine
1) it's DHCPed and you want a static IP instead.
2) it's got multiple interface cards
3) the gateway is wrong and you are the same local network
4) You want to alias the network card to a new IP
etc etc etc.
yes, you _can_ badly screw up by changing the IP you are
using to communicate with it. :) But that's half the fun. :)