--- Dan Fruehauf <danfr(a)matrix.co.il> wrote:
On Thu, 2005-10-06 at 04:20 -0700, Ankit Patel
> Hi all,
> I have tried to make one utility called
> "system-config-control" for Fedora. Downloads
> SRPM, zipped source) and Snapshots are awailable
. Right now it's
> only one language (Gujarati-India).
It looks like a good idea indeed although it needs
some UI work - I'd
like to see this in a form of a tree rather than
tabs - but that's my
own personal taste.
I will try improve it in that way also.
However a very quick improvement that could be done
system-config-control will ask for a root password
and all the other
utilities won't - that might simplify things for the
I didn't have the time to go into the source code,
but a question that
rises is - how modular is that utility? if we have a
utility - how much will we have to work in order to
configure it to work
Just add one button in the used glade file and give it
a name which the actual command uses to run that
Perhaps we would also like to first probe which
are installed and then let the user choose only
between them? - The end
user might be frightened to see a kickstart icon
without knowing what is
it at all...
really good suggestion ! :)
Otherwise - keep up the good work - as I previously
said - it's a good
Thanks for your helpful suggestions !
Ankit Patel (www.indianoss.org
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