Linuxconf is a sophisticated administrative tool. It is both an activator and a configurator, and can manage quite a few system tasks. It has some unique features, like configuration versioning and multiple machine management. It supports multiples languages (French, German, Italian, etc.) and can be administered from ncurses (text), Web, command line, or X (GNOME or wxxt) user interfaces.
Release Notes: Fixes were made for various compile and runtime errors.
Release Notes: A new HELP_CONTEXT feature was added to modules, dnsconf supports more vregistry variables, and internal changes were made to ease account management with th eldapconf module. Bugfixes were made for the quota command line (fsconf), and there is better handling of disable=yes (inetdconf) and the text mode text-area widget.
Release Notes: The dnsconf module was enhanced to support a virtual registry, inetdconf was enhanced to better support xinetd, co-administrators in mailconf were made more granular and a new virtual domain co-administrator was added to increase security and ease delegate administration, email queue management and vacation support was enhanced, the xterminal module now supports RH8 as a target, support for gcc 3.2 was added, the intermodule API was enhanced, and iptables was made default on kernel 2.4. A few bugfixes were made to the modules dhcpd, dnsconf, nisconf, and printer.
Release Notes: This release fixes a local security problem exploitable on suid enabled Linuxconf installations.
Release Notes: The dnsconf module was enhanced to support more vregistry variables, and linuxconf now detects some vdeliver timeouts. Backup scripts in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts are no longer produced by default to avoid confusing init scripts. A bugfix was made for vregistry's --rundialog option.