Gene Heskett wrote:
Whoops? I just installed FC6 and there is NO
system>administration>server settings -
On Sunday 28 January 2007 16:07, Ric Moore wrote:
On Sun, 2007-01-28 at 06:16 -0500, Matthew Saltzman wrote:
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007, 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 bastards)
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.
Was this not sufficiently clear?
No Matt, but thanx.
I'm not talking about system-config-services, nor some entry into the
k-menu. There was a binary or a script that presented all of the server
settings inside one gui. Maybe you never saw what we are referring to?
Yup, I've got "system-config-nfs" and that does work to setup nfs, but
was also included on that system "master setup" gui that I'm trying to
describe that did exist. Jeeeez, this is crazy so I'll just drop it.
One day it'll pop back into existence and I'll say "Woot! Der it is!"
I think its been moved, Ric, I just found it under Administration-->Server
Settings -->Services, or is that not what you're talking about?
I did a vanilla install. Did I miss something?