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Re: ITP: laptop-netconf -- a network detection and configuration program



On Fri, Apr 13, 2001 at 11:50:06AM +0100, Matt Kern wrote:
> laptop-netconf is a useful little program inspired by divine.  It detects
> machines on the local network and configures the laptop appropriately.  The
> major differences between laptop-netconf and divine lie in the
> readability and extensibility of the configuration file and the flexibility
> of the network changeover code.  Arbitrary scripts can be run, allowing the
> reconfiguration of local dns, routing, caching and other services.

ifupdown 0.6 can do all this, btw; there are examples in
/usr/share/doc/ifupdown...

Cheers,
aj

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