Re: Bug#215556: ITP: gsysutils -- Set of utilities useful to system administrators
Andreas Metzler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Mon, Oct 13, 2003 at 01:45:07PM +0000, Robert Millan wrote:
>> GNU Sysutils is intended to compliment coreutils. These utilities
>> are ones that are either primarily useful to system administrators,
>> or would need to be installed by a system administrator to be useful
>> (Usually because they require extra priviledges in order to
>> Some of these utils superceed existing implementations in Debian, I'll take
>> care to rename them (i.e, add "g" prefix as usual) when that happens.
>> Btw, "sysutils" is taken, so I take "gsysutils". Does someone prefer
> I would, as I associate gsomething with a Gnome-frontend for something
> (e.g gsudo), but I don't claim that is common conception.
Well, I can back that up. A Gnome association swept to the surface of
my mind when I read the package name, too,
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