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Re: FC2 - Another Newbie Question



Unless I'm misunderstanding you, a more-or-less complete list of the
config utilities available in Fedora Core can be found under the System
Tools, System Settings and Preferences sections of the hat menu since
most are installed by default (afaik). Nautilus' "start-here:" target
provides access to the same tools in a "control-panel" style interface.

--Brad

On Mon, 2004-05-24 at 18:32, Jeff Vian wrote:
> -=Brian Truter=- wrote:
> 
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com 
> >>[mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Betti 
> >>Ann & Preston Smith
> >>Sent: Monday, May 24, 2004 4:42 PM
> >>To: Fedora List
> >>Subject: FC2 - Another Newbie Question
> >>
> >>Where can one find a comprehensive list of the various 
> >>utilities that are available to 
> >>examine/change/configure/add/delete various aspects of 
> >>Fedora?  Such as the 'switch desk' utility someone just mentioned ....
> >>
> >>Such info should be in a Linux/Fedora Newcomers FAQ so that 
> >>we do not have to bother people with these basics.
> >>
> >>Regretfully, this is a very basic question that in my mind 
> >>must be answered if neophytes like me are ever to make a 100 
> >>per cent conversion to Linux.
> >>
> >>Preston
> >>
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> >>
> >
> >
> >I would have to say http://www.google.com is the most comprehensive list you
> >could ever hope to find =)
> >
> >
> >  
> >
> Comprehensive is an understatement with google.  Irrelevant applies to 
> the great majority of the responses however and it requires very 
> creative word list in the advanced searches to narrow the responses down 
> to a relevent and usable number.
> 
> I believe "Comprehensive, Relevant, and Current for each distro" is what 
> is needed here and AFAIK there is none at present.
> 
> I second the request for a comprehensive list.  I am an experienced 
> user, with many years of using the RedHat/Fedora distribution, but I 
> probably do not know even half of all the tools avialable. I would 
> expect this is the same with most users, although the list of tools 
> known will vary with needs, usage, and experience.
> 
> >  
> >
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