Linuxconf

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Linuxconf
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Linuxconf 1.16r3.2
Website www.solucorp.qc.ca/linuxconf/

Linuxconf is a configurator for the Linux operating system. It features different user interfaces: a text interface, a web interface and a GTK+ interface. Currently, most Linux distributions consider it deprecated compared to other tools such as Webmin, the system-config-* tools on Red Hat Enterprise Linux/Fedora, drakconf on Mandriva, YaST on openSUSE and so on. Linuxconf was deprecated from Red Hat Linux in version 7.1 in April 2001.

It was created by Jacques Gélinas of Solucorp, a company based in Québec. It is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

See also[edit]

  • KControl, a centralized settings manager for KDE

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