1. Using Mandriva Control Center
The Mandriva Linux Control Center
(MCC) enables system administrators to
configure hardware and services used by all users in a
Access the Mandriva Linux Control Center through the main menu
( + → ).
Some of the
Mandriva Linux Control Center components are also available from the command line in
text mode by running drakconf.
Figure 4. The Control Center's Main
Here are some of the
available menu entries:
this option displays a → . Tools Logs
window. It shows all system modifications made by the
configuration tools launched from within the Mandriva Linux Control Center.
Gives you access to some of the
more advanced tools, which are shown in the table below. → .
This menu gives you
access to the configuration profile features. .
Opens the help
browser which displays documentation about the active
configuration tool. → .
Allows you to
report a bug to the development team.. → .
The tools are sorted
into categories. The following table lists them all and refers to
the corresponding sections of this manual.
categories appear if the drakwizard
package is installed. The documentation for those wizards is
available on-disk. Those wizards enable you to do basic
configuration of common LAN services such as web, FTP, mail
and database servers.