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Re: where did server settings go in FC6?

Ric Moore wrote:
On Sun, 2007-01-28 at 10:31 +1030, Tim wrote:
On Fri, 2007-01-26 at 00:44 -0500, Ric Moore wrote:
It had all of those services and a bunch more to configure in one gui.
It seems to be gone and I used it only a month or so ago.
I can't remember there being a unified control panel for everything for
a long time (several releases ago).  There was something that gave you a
bunch of icons in a Nautilus window.

Well, I'm not completely nuts. Not completely. And the other guy saw it
too. That makes two of us. It was some kinda gui which had a bunch of
gui menu boxes in it, like Samba, Named, Printer (I think), Apache, and
a couple more, including network (which pulled up the usual network gui)
and they were all in one place at once in one box. Nifty. A central
server setup GUI.
So, now it appears to be gone and I used the darned thing only a month
or two ago when I was blagging about the network going down. That turned
out to be the nameserver I tie into to going up and down... (the
Ok Rahul, I know you're out there. Come out from the closet you're
hiding in and tell us where it went? I know you know. :) Tell us nicely
what you did with it, and we'll forgive you. "Be ye reconciled." is good.
And yes, this was a fresh install of FC6. I am not nuts, not completely.

Maybe you guys are talking about system-config-control? The tarball is in http://www.indianoss.org/modules/wfdownloads/viewcat.php?cid=10 and you can find rpms in rpmfind.net. Since it was done a colleague of mine Ankit (CC'ed) who is the Gujarati language maintainer aka translator for Fedora, not a programmer and it is not maintained now but should work fine still. It was imported and available in Fedora Extras for a while and got pushed out in a mass rebuild a while back due to lack of maintainers.

Since folks here seem to be interested, I have added it to the wishlist



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