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Linux installation: Second Ethernet interface ...

Jerry Feldman wrote in a message to Mike Bilow:

 JF> The world is changing to GUI. Fortunately, everything in Unix 
 JF> can be done by  editing configuration files with emacs or vi.

Why people run GUIs on servers is a mystery.  I like being able to remotely
administer systems with telnet (or, actually, ssh).  I have keys to the server
room and can get in 24 hours, but it is also a 15-minute drive away.  There is
nothing I can't do over the wire that I can't do from the console, assuming the
server at least boots.
-- Mike

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