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 PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:25 pm   
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thanks for getting rid of the previous post! SMXI remains, at least in my mind, the most convenient system management tool around. It is NOT fancy; in fact, most of its options, unless you use the -G option, require you to run from a console terminal in run level 3 (multi user, no graphical user interface). Over the past year or so, Harold has added the ability, at least on "stable" distros, to use smxi from a terminal while still in run level 5, which is convenient when simply adding some software by application or application group, removing software, or searching for software. Yes, you can do these things other ways; to me, SMXI is faster and more convenient.

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Spam where the distros is supposed to be - these spammers will do anything to get noticed :!:

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