The Above, are a few Screen Shots of the way I installed "etckeeper" in the GUI...
So, I found this great Quick and Simple Tutorial, on How to version control /etc directory in Linux. With the "etckeeper" App. It tells you how to Install and Setup etckeeper in the Command Line. But, the first thing I did, was do a search for etckeeper, in my GUI App Manager, in my Fedora 14 System. And it came right up. After reading the How To Article. I knew to look for, "etckeeper-bzr". And both etckeeper and etckeeper-bzr came up in my Search Results. So, installed them both. Then I went back to the Tutorial (below) and ran the setup and status checking commands. Looks like mine is setup and monitoring my "etc" directory now. So, that's it for me. Until I feel the need to go back to a Previous Configuration or have some kind of Conflicting Application Problem, with a new App Install. Check out the How To and the etckeeper Site info below... Thanks to
Etckeeper - Installation in the GUI and How to version control "etc" directory in Linux
etckeeper is a collection of tools to let /etc be stored in a git, mercurial, darcs, or bzr repository. It hooks into apt (and other package managers including yum and pacman-g2) to automatically commit changes made to /etc during package upgrades. It tracks file metadata that revison control systems do not normally support, but that is important for /etc, such as the permissions of /etc/shadow. It's quite modular and configurable, while also being simple to use if you understand the basics of working with revision control.
etckeeper is available in git at git://git.kitenet.net/etckeeper, or in gitweb. It's packaged in Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, etc.