Re: a tool for system administration
>> AfterStep etc.) there is not one to fill the second yet, though
>> individual initiatives are available, from vendors' particular
>> SMIT, SAM, ADMINTOOL etc. to more novice user oriented tools by
>> Red Hat, SuSe, TurboLinux etc.
> Debian 2.2 will include LinuxConf, that should cover it.
Does the current version of LinuxConf support multiple machines?
I'm using Cfengine (http://www.iu.hioslo.no/cfengine/) to administrate a
network of HP-UX and Debian GNU/Linux servers. Although Cfengine doesn't
have a graphical user interface it's much better than SAM, if you've got
to look for more than one machine.