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I just installed Red Hat 5.1 with linuxconf and I would like get help with seting it up so I can use my web browser to change setings on the server I added Host put I csn't get acces to server it works fine in text mode using telnet but I will like to use web browser also I would like to know if there is a way to change web pages.
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I suggest you to get ride of RH front end (called gecko) because it fails miserably with long screens and use standard linuxconf:

rpm -e gecko

I also recommend you to download latest version from ftp://ftp.solucorp.qc.ca/pub/linuxconf/devel/redhat-5.1/linuxconf-1.12r5.i386.rpm (mirrored at redhat's ftp site also)

Now you can enable web access running linuxconf and going to config -> networking -> linuxconf network access

Good luck
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by:JBURGHARDT
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Can you tell me where linuxconf stores it web pages and what I should type to acces it using web browser, because when I type tritron:98 I get nothing but Tritron:7070 works fine with pnserver.I also on linuxconf web page that they tesp page is www.xxxxx.com:8000 
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Thanks after I removed gecko and updated linuxconf all works fine
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