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The OS that naturally preys on others
The goals of The Predator-OS Software Configuration Management are generally Configuration, Identification, and baselines, configuration control.
The tools available are:
Provides access to the Authentication Configuration tool, which lets you configure password settings
Date & Time
Provides access to the Date/Time Properties tool, which lets you configure the time zone, date, and time
Provides access to the Display Settings tool, which lets you configure monitor resolution, color depth, and other display characteristics
Provides access to the Keyboard tool, which lets you choose the keyboard appropriate to your system
Provides access to the Language Selection tool, which lets you choose the current language from among those for which you've installed support
Provides access to the lightdm Setup tool, which lets you configure how people log in under X
Mail Transport Agent Switcher
Provides access to the redhat-switchmail tool, which lets you choose between the Sendmail and Postfix mail servers
Provides access to the Mouse Configuration took, which lets you choose the mouse appropriate to your system and enable or disable 3-button emulation
Provides access to the Network Configuration tool, which lets you configure network, modem, VPN (virtual private network), and wireless connections and related settings
Provides access to the Package Management tool, which lets you install and remove deb packages
Provides access to the Red Hat Printer Config tool, which lets you configure printers and control print queues
Provides access to a tool that enables you to change the root password
Provides access to the Security Level Configuration tool, which lets you configure a firewall to protect your system from network attacks
Provides access to the Sound Card Configuration tool, which lets you configure and verify the operation of your sound card
Users and Groups
Provides access to the Red Hat User Manager, which lets you configure user accounts and groups
In addition, the Extras menu contains a System Settings submenu, on which you can find two more tools: Desktop Switching Tool and Printer System Switcher.
Configuring a Printer
Changing the Root User Password
User and Group Administration
The login name associated with the user account.
The numeric ID associated with the user account. This ID is automatically assigned when the user account is created and is unique to each user account.
The name of the primary user group associated with the user account. Accounts used by people rather than by system processes generally have an associated primary group having the same name as the user account.
The name of the person or process that owns the user account.
The login shell assigned to the user account. Assigning /bin/false or /sbin/nologin prevents the user account from logging in.
The home directory associated with the user account. When the user logs in, this directory is set as the current working directory.
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