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Re: where did server settings go in FC6?

On Sun, 2007-01-28 at 20:45 -0500, Claude Jones wrote:
> On Sun January 28 2007, Matthew Saltzman wrote:
> > Oh, right.  Now I recall later RHL or early FC releases had a "Start Here"
> > icon on the desktop.  Opening it opened a window with the system-config-*
> > menu entries.  There was a corresponding menu entry that would open the
> > same window.
> >
> > I guess Rahul has explained where it went and what its possible future is.
> >
> > Apparently, I'm not the only one who misunderstood what you were looking
> > for, though.
> Actually, Matthew, you're still not getting the right item. I have it right 
> here on my desktop, recommended to me by Rahul many months ago. It's a single 
> click menu-item, "System Control Center" it's called in the version I've got. 
> It does just what Ric has been describing - it doesn't open a window with 
> menu entries. It opens a GUI with icons and tabs; each tab window has a 
> subset of buttons with icons and text for each of the system-config utilities 
> you have installed. I thought it was broken on this box but it turns out it's 
> not - I have it open here as I'm typing. The seven tabs are 
> labelled 'Software' 'Hardware' 'System' 'Network' 'Server' 'Securities and 
> Users' and 'Misc' - there are a total of 31 buttons on the various tab pages 
> corresponding to the system-config and some other utilities installed on my 
> system - clicking on a button opens a separate GUI corresponding to the 
> function you selected. 

Thank you Rahul and thank you Claude. 

<sobs uncontrollably> I said I wasn't crazy! Not completely! 

Oh yeah, "WOOT! Der it is! WOOT! Der it is!" 
<grinning happy as a mudlark>  Ric

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..the Sin of Ignorance, and the Sin of Stupidity.
Only the former may be overcome." R.I.P. Dad.
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