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I have been to a couple of meetings here in
Indiana, USA and Indiana is working at present to move all it's school desktops/servers to Suse, becaues they
think that Yast is the one App. that makes
Linux easy to work with and I agree.
They like Fedora but it doesn't have a Yast type App.
It wouldn't be hard to make a Gui like Yast in Fedora, because Fedora has the system-config-* apps and to get them to work in a single gui wouldn't be hard.
I'am a strong Fedora user and I teach
people on the outside of the school system
mickeyboa, I completely agree with you and have mentioned it in past threads. At the moment the Redhat/Fedora Core administration tools are scattered all over the place and there is no integration like in YAST or MCC. There is a half baked GUI that acts as a frontend for the many config tools, but its not the same as YAST or MCC.