mass account creation in LTSP fatclient
jerickson at logicalnetworking.net
Mon Feb 2 21:47:06 GMT 2009
Just to play Devil's advocate, I'd have to say that my limited webmin
experience wasn't a good one, though it was only dealing with bind. It
created different zone files, separate from existing ones, and kind of
fudged my whole server. I ditched it from there. Apart from that, I'm
sure it's a nice tool, but many of the plugins seem to be nothing more
than a web-based text editor to the files. Not a whole lot of "let's
make this simpler than editing the config by hand" going on with many of
R. Scott Belford wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 9:11 AM, David Van Assche <dvanassche at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I want to echo Asmio's sentiments..
> Ditto, David and Asmo, on Webmin.
> I have always loved webmin partly because it parsed my existing /etc/
> files to give me a usable menu. If I did not know where a config file
> was located, then I could just look at Webmin's module config. This
> is priceless when you are first trying to wrap your head around the
> whole Admin concept. More 'elite' sysadmins have scoffed, but it is
> precisely the kind of tool that newcomers need and welcome.
> There is no shame in learning, and learning should be as easy as possible.
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