Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 183116
needs a centralization control center (systeme-control packet for exemple)
Last modified: 2008-03-10 20:46:51 EDT
Description of problem:
Module of configuration is not centralised and make a lot of entrie in
differante menu with no order...
-systÃ¨me tools +
lot of thing...
| lot of thing...
lot of thing...
(is an example)
SystÃ¨me controle center (very important!!!)
| lot of things...
lot of things...
Preferences are per-user, while the administration stuff is per-system, so they
aren't logically the same.
Something possibly could be done with system tools and system->administration.
OK and for add a systeme controle center? An application like the package
system-config is very usefull for all. No?
Yes it is usefull, and many people are asking for it.
Yes the test on madpenguin says the same thing ->
http://madpenguin.org/cms/index.php/?m=show&id=5971&page=3 on chapter
"Configuration & support"
Is a very very important enhancement! not the menu but the controle center.
Thanks to put it on FC5. :)
There is gnome-control-center if you really want something like that.
Anyway, this is not gnome-menus fault.
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