[CentOS] looking for cool, post-install things to do on a centos 5.5 system

Scott Robbins scottro at nyc.rr.com
Fri Sep 17 15:24:03 EDT 2010


On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 03:18:23PM -0400, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote:
> Scott Robbins wrote:


> >> >> Oh - and how to install and use freenx/NX for remote access.
> >> >
> >

> > And then, you can give them one of the more important Linux lessons.
> > Let them install FreeNX, go to the website and see the completely
> > outdated docmentation.  Learning how horrible so much of the
> > documentation is, is probably an important part of being a Linux
> > administrator.  FreeNX, fortunately, has a CentOS wiki article, so let
> > them google for it.
> >
> > Not even being sarcastic here.  Lack of good docoumentation is probably
> > one of the biggest challenges facing the Linux user or administrator.
> 
> Hey, you're being easy on them. Have them install and configure openLDAP,
> and find the documentation....

Heh--well, since I've written my own page on it, it's gotten better. RH
didn't help by making some undocumented changes, but once again, the
CentOS folks got it documented.  

I suspect LDAP documentation is one reason Active Directory became so
popular.  (Feed the troll, I'm hungry.)   :)

(Although the part about LDAP documentation is not trolling, I think
it's pretty much an accepted thing.  The Active Directory part was, of
course, a troll.)  

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