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Tuxum InitManager

   0.8  

KDE System Tool

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Tuxum InitManager
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Depends on  KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  666
Submitted:  Jul 19 2007

Description:

InitManager is Tuxum?'s init.d manager that allows the administrator of a system to:

  • View short descriptions about known services.

  • Start/Stop services.

  • Change runlevels at which the services are started/stoped.

  • Add user notes about services.

  • Launch an associated config program if any.

  • Features a tag based system to easily classify services.


  • To compile Tuxum InitManager, you need SCAM: http://www.tuxum.org/wiki/Scam




    LicenseGPL
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    Debian(InitManager for TuxumOS 2007R2)
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     OpenSuse 10.2

     
     by sirbenson on: Jul 20 2007
     
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    Hello,
    can I use it on OpenSuse system?
    If I try to compile it I get the error:
    Quote:
    /usr/bin/python: can't open file '/usr/bin/scam': [Errno 2] No such file or directory


    regards, Benson
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     Re: OpenSuse 10.2

     
     by cebo on: Jul 21 2007
     
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    Hi,
    I get the same error with Kubuntu feisty.


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     Re: Re: OpenSuse 10.2

     
     by dmoreno on: Jul 23 2007
     
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    You need SCAM, available at http://www.tuxum.org/wiki/Scam


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