Gnome Visual Network 0.0.5
GNOME Visual Network is a graphical UNIX environment capable of managing intranets with online database management, Personal Information Sites and graphical system tools.
GVND will have a built-in language and future support for pluggable language wrappers like Perl and Guile. Just like UNIX environments, GVND uses virtual PIDs to manage the network.
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