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> I'd say that this is fairly mandatory - I remember many years ago when
> I first moved to Linux and had a run level editor... the only
> problem is I didn't know what a run level was :P
We should have a good guide or help function :)
> didn't know what a run level was :P
> I'm wondering how this is to be organised? Are we aiming for seperate
> applications to perform the tasks or one pluggable application that can
> do them all? (ala Linuxconf).
I think seperate apps is more maintainable. If we have one big app then
I think that the source will become very clumsy, so to speak.
> I'd tend to lean towards the latter I
> think, as it would mean that different sections of the app. could be
> enabled/disabled depending on the user's experience/knowledge or UID :)
As paul mentoined before, this is Gentoo, Gentoo is about choice, we are
not going to hide anything from anybody.
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