Originally posted by kompact
Is there such a thing and if so how does one access it? Thx!
I don't know fedora 3 but other distributions have things like YAST and Control Centre which
to look after some of the items covered by services.msc or msconfig . However its sometmes easier to go directly to
the command line versions, such as
Lilo.conf or Grub.lst for boot options, inittab which controls what gets started thru init.d or rc.d or similar, which are scripts used to control the services. The graphics side is seperately controlled by either XF86config or xconfig.org.
Most services have their own config files usually all located in /etc sometimes in /sbin