On Wed, 20 Feb 2002, Charles R. Hakari wrote: > > I have a laptop that should work out o.k. Sounds like you have experience > with Webmin, so I might have to tap into your knowledge of it's workings. I > need to work with it some more, but putting on a demo shouldn't be a problem. > That's good, since I've already put it on the web page. :) I haven't used it extensively, but I have used some of the modules - enough to know that I prefer Swat over Webmin for Samba servers anyway. The Postfix module is very nice, as it lets you just enter data without having to bother with a postmap hash:canonical_map or whatever after editing files. Webmin is also well behaved - it only does what you tell it to, unlike some other admin tools I've run into recently. > On the gcc 2.96 and kernel version 2.4.17 problem I was having, I forgot > about Redhat's solution to including an experimental version of gcc with RH > 7.0....they also included gcc 2.91! All I had to do was change gcc to kgcc in > the line of the makefile that identified the cross compiler and I ended up I forgot all about kgcc too (really, whenever I see ksomething I think KDE). Cheers, James ------------------------------------ This is the Juneau-LUG mailing list. To unsubscribe, send an e-mail to juneau-lug-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word unsubscribe in the subject header.