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Re: Multiple Network Configs

I use the pcmcia scheme option: once I set it up cardctl scheme
new_scheme will do.

It's no perfect, but it works for me.


On Mon, Aug 23, 1999 at 03:43:14PM -0600, Nathan Duehr wrote:
> Anyone had good luck getting a laptop running Debian to run in various
> Ethernet and dial-up environments?  Currently my laptop works wonderfully
> at home, but the office network uses DHCP (and home does not), as well as
> I'd like to be able to dial into the home network when I'm on the road.
> I messed around with a package that claimed to make this easier, but it
> was a little beyond me as to what it was doing to my PCMCIA setup and I
> never did get it working the way I wanted to.  
> Is there a "killer app" for doing this type of thing out there?
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