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Re: Webmin in extras



On Saturday 16 September 2006 09:24, Ric Moore wrote:
>On Fri, 2006-09-15 at 23:34 -0400, Claude Jones wrote:
>> On Friday September 15 2006 9:14 am, Rex Dieter wrote:
>> > In short (as of now), no one has submitted a *workable/maintainable*
>> > webmin to Extras (yet).
>>
>> Correct me if I'm wrong. I run Webmin on all my Linux machines,
>> including all the Fedora boxes. I just install the noarch version from
>> their website. But, there's webmin, and then, there's all the modules.
>> To maintain a version for Fedora Extras, it would require not only
>> keeping up with the main program, but keeping all the modules current
>> with current versions of the things those modules are meant to control
>> - not an insignificant undertaking. I remember there was an issue once
>> with incompatibility between the Apache module and the version of
>> Apache being delivered with Fedora, that caused some problems.
>
>Lonnie or Gene will remember what was the name of that All-In-One wonder
>program that Caldera tried to use years ago? The one that broke all hand
>edits? <chuckles> Ric

Do you mean linuxconf?  As a swiss army knife, it did have a few broken 
blades at times. :)

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