Difference between revisions of "Rc.conf GUI Frontends"

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This is a list of {{ic|/etc/[[rc.conf]]}} GUI front-ends, designed to provide a graphical interface to the {{ic|/etc/rc.conf}} file. The list includes GTK2-based software and Qt based software.
 
This is a list of {{ic|/etc/[[rc.conf]]}} GUI front-ends, designed to provide a graphical interface to the {{ic|/etc/rc.conf}} file. The list includes GTK2-based software and Qt based software.
  
{{Warning|None of these tools are officially supported by the Arch developers.}}
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{{Warning|None of these tools are officially supported by the Arch developers. Moreover, systemd is now the default init daemon, so rc.conf is obsolete.}}
  
 
== GNOME/GTK+ ==
 
== GNOME/GTK+ ==

Revision as of 11:18, 25 October 2012

This is a list of /etc/rc.conf GUI front-ends, designed to provide a graphical interface to the /etc/rc.conf file. The list includes GTK2-based software and Qt based software.

Warning: None of these tools are officially supported by the Arch developers. Moreover, systemd is now the default init daemon, so rc.conf is obsolete.

GNOME/GTK+

ArchLinux Daemon Manager GUI

ArchLinux Daemon Manager allows you to easily change settings in /etc/rc.conf using GTK application aldm-gui or command-line application aldm.

KDE/Qt

rcconf-settings

rcconf-settings is a tool designed for the Chakra GNU/Linux distribution but should also work on Arch Linux.