OpenPGP vs inline PGP
Fri Jul 11 03:53:02 2003
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On Thursday 10 July 2003 17:22, Neil Williams wrote:
> 1980's? Do you think all sysadmin stuff should be done in a GUI just
> because it's 2003? GUI's are only a part of the answer, I believe a major
> problem with Windows was the removal of command-line configuration tools
> and the reliance on GUI settings. There are some configurations that simp=
> cannot be achieved through LinuxConf or Webmin or anything else GUI.
> Especially where remote machines are concerned - all you have is SSH
> usually so vi or emacs is the only way of working.
I have to agree here 100%. The gui was made for convenience for 'Joe user=
*not* for *good* admin'ing of a server(s)/intranet/whatever. The gui makes=
one *dependent* on those who made said gui, and thus you have to hope it wa=
done right or the way you want it.
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