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Does anyone provides a GUI for the server, so you can start/stop the server from the GUI plus enter the configuration information or you just use the GUI to enter the configuration information and then start the server from the command line. I think my main concern is how you stop the server and unbind the remote object(this only applies to remote connections). You just can't leave it running for ever and for me that's a basic funcionality even when is not a MUST on the instructions. I mean its not big deal unbind the remote object my question is more of to GUI or not to GUI?. Any suggestions
 
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Yes and no. I had a gui, but you don't need one, and some might say it is too beyond the requirements.
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