On Thu, Jan 06, 2005 at 01:01:15AM -0600, Gunnar Wolf wrote: > Hi, > > Some time ago, I adopted switchconf, a very simple bash script used to > simply switch between configurations, planned for use on mobile > systems, but perfectly usable on the desktop as well. > > Now, switchconf is too simple. It does very little, but does not do it > very well. I originally intended to work with it to make it much more > robust... But in the end, I didn't get around to do it. > > (...) > > ...So this message is just to ask: Does anybody care about it, or > should I just file the removal bug? Yes, I care about it. I use it on my laptop to have personalized configurations for the places I connect to the Internet. For example besides interfaces, I have a sources.list optimized. Now I have to install 60 PCs with Debian and there exist 4 different configurations of monitor, graphical display and mouse. I am using it to switch XF86Config-4 and gpm.conf between the 4 kinds of configurations. There exist any alternative? What can I do to get it back into the Debian? > Greetings, > > -- Jose Calhariz PS: I am not a Debian Developer. -- Meu Deus, dai-me paciência... mas tem que ser já!
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