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Re: Drawing diagrams of servers


Russell Coker(russell@coker.com.au)@Mon, Feb 26, 2001 at 01:07:07PM +0100:
> I want to draw some diagrams of a network showing things such as "user 
> uploads files to an FTP server, FTP server uses rsync to push data to web 
> server, users download data from web server".  I want to do this will little 
> boxes representing each machine etc.
> Years ago I used visio to do this on Windows.
> I tried Kivio (KDE visio-like program) but it doesn't allow me to specify 
> types of lines between objects (I want arrows to show direction the data 
> flows), it doesn't seem to allow labels on lines, and is generally klunky.
> Is there a good program in Debian that allows this?
> Please CC me direct when you reply, I'm not on the list.

I'm not sure if this is what you want but try "dia" :)

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