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Re: Linux conceptual configuration problems



lør, 06.11.2004 kl. 18.40 skrev Jon Savage:
> > Of course.
> > But currently no massive cluster and no tiny deployment provides a way
> > to apps integrate themselves automatically through their
> > configurations. They allways have to ask users to manualy edit
> > configuration files.
> IMHO assuming that adaquate discovery/testing has been done prior to
> deployment *users* at foocorp should never need to edit config files
> at all beyond desktop/shell preferences. There are GUIs available for
> just about all of these. Pretty much the same sort of tweaks users can
> make to their own profiles in Windows. Now if foocorp has been running
> windows w/ users having admin rights by default the transition might
> be more interesting since the concept of locking user accounts down
> will be  err... new.
> Check out stateless linux.
> -- 
> Bests,
> Jon

If i am not completely wrong, you may use sudo to give users admin
rigths on their personal desktop.

If that is preferable, i think is up to each deployer...


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