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To be very honest with you, the best GUI config tool that I know is the text editor of your choice (i.e. gedit)

If you don't like that answer, the following may help:

  • For Apache's http server, there is: system-config-httpd (never used, so no clue if it's any good).
  • For NFS, there is: system-config-nfs (very basic settings possible - so basic that you may want to jump to the /etc/exports file directly).
  • For systemd: I don't know of any GUI tool but you will learn to use systemctlpretty fast to do stuff like enabling, disabling, starting, stopping, and troubleshooting services.

To be very honest with you, the best GUI config tool that I know is the text editor of your choice (i.e. gedit)

If you don't like that answer, the following may help:

  • For Apache's http server, there is: system-config-httpd (never used, so no clue if it's any good).
  • For NFS, there is: used to be system-config-nfs. That has been retired (very (it provided very basic settings possible - so basic that you may want anyway). You will quickly learn to jump to the edit /etc/exports file and nfs.conf files directly).
  • For systemd: I don't know of any GUI tool but you will learn to use systemctlpretty fast to do stuff like enabling, disabling, starting, stopping, and troubleshooting services.