On Tue, 2003-11-18 at 14:52, Greg Meyer wrote:
> On Monday 17 November 2003 10:40 pm, Glenn Burkhardt wrote:


> > What a horrible shame!  It's really the only front end for a lot of network
> > configuration.
> >
> > What are the problems?  I didn't find any bug reports on Cooker Bugzilla or
> > bugs.mandrakelinux.com, or discussions in the mailing list for the last 3
> > months...
> Mandrake has completely changed it's network configuration files from what 
> linuxconf expects.  So everything gets borked if you try to use it.  If you 
> want to use it, you have a lot of work to do to make sure the right stuff is 
> installed and the config files are in the right place.  Unfortunately, if you 
> know enough to fix it, you know enough to not need it.  For networking 
> configuration, try the drakconnect applet in Mandrake Control Center.  
> Fortunately, that applet is much better now and makes netconf unnecessary 
> IMO.

Webmin works well with Mandrake9.2 as well, making ease of adding static
routes, sub interfaces, etc it far superior to Linuxconf


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