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lunar-tools -- a set of lunar-related tools Lunar-tools contains some non-core system tools for various system administration tasks. Here's a short overview: clad -- cluster administation clad is a tool to run a job serialized or parallellized on a group of machines. clad relies on ssh host keys and is purely written for remote root access. With clad, you can define groups of machines dynamically and add or remove hosts with relative ease. Once defined, all the hosts can perform any command with a single command. lids -- lunar intrusion detection system lids is a simple tool that provides a feature that lunar is missing by default - permission and owner checking. lids can also check the md5sums of installed modules and generate permission lists for later checking. lmodules -- lunar modules aid lmodules provides an easy ncurses interface to maintain the list of needed system kernel modules. It modifies the required /etc configuration files as needed and stores your changes. lnet -- lunar networking configuration lnet is the core tool for configuring your network devices. It's a ncurses frontend that allows you to add, edit and delete network devices, setup your gateway, special routing, hostname and DNS settings. lservices -- lunar startup services lservices provides a simple but rudimentary interface in ncurses that allows you to start, stop, enable and disable startup services. lservices also stores your choices for lunar which will remember your choices. ltime -- lunar timezone management utility ltime lets you change the timezone you selected during the installation process. It makes use of the timezone date in /usr/share/zoneinfo. You can also change the whether you storing your time in GMT or localtime. luser -- lunar user admin tool luser is a ncurses user administration tool that adds easy methods for modifying the passwd, shadow and group files. luser can perform tasks such as locking users, delete them, modify groups and with great ease. installkernel -- kernel and module installation script installkernel allows you to 'make install' from any 2.6 kernel tree. Lunar will update your bootloader for you and install all kernel modules and kernel image into the right place.