Re: And what about using "Brain"
> % Not to mention that there *are*
> % newbies to the system that don't
> want to
> % learn at all. They just want to get
> % task done without spending a week
> % learning how to setup a webserver.
> Why are we worried about newbies who
> don't want to learn at all. Making
> things easier is one thing but totally
> revamping everything that people have
> worked on in order to support people who
> aren't willing to learn.
> If you can't read the documentation
> and manage the softwares configuration
> files, then maybe you shouldn't be
> running the software.
> I personally think that some packages
> such as apache, samba and many others
> have quite understandable config files.
> Although they are completely different,
> understanding the configuration is part
> of the learning process. I say tough
> shit, if you aren't willing to learn.
Because, my dear, we don't all work with one or two
servers, some of us work with hundreds, of more
than one variety, and tools to simplifly and unify
configuration changes across these platforms are
well worth investigation. We know how to configure
applications, it is not rocket science; managing
multiple configurations safely, consistently and
quickly can be.....