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Where are my configuration and service management tools in Fedora 27?

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I completed my installation of solid-state drives and, of course, a new installation of F27.

And now: what happened to my system configuration tools? How do I start and stop services?

My biggest problem is Samba. I can't see any Windows computers on my network, and they can't see me. (I can, however, see a network printer. That, I configured in the System Settings app.)

posted Dec 22, 2017 by anonymous

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