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+I'm still learning about these two programs. I haven't use them yet, but I will (at least propellor). It seems to me there exists a bit of functionality overlapping between them: propellor's config file might be enough to describe all your changes you want to /etc for a host..? In this case, etckeeper would appear to be useful just as a "change log".. What's your thoughts on this? Do you use both propellor and etckeeper?