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Re: network hopping tricks: an unsolicited plug for ifupdown-roaming


	I use to use whereami, and as you said, it's more like a toolkit than a user 
app. I had to hack whereami to include WEP keys, as I used to use a few 
wireless networks. How do iupdown-roaming sets/test this?
	Well... I think I will give it a try.

On Wednesday 04 June 2003 21:38, Tony Godshall wrote:
> Hi, all.
> There's been a lot of discussion on this list about tools to
> detect which network a laptop is connected to and configure
> various things.
> I've tried several, and I think I advocated whereami to
> someone at some point, but it seems Thomas Hood's
> ifupdown-roaming is the best so far!  His solution has the
> configuration reside entirely in /etc/networks/interfaces.
> And in many instances needs almost no configuration at all.

Christian Lyra


  Thus spake the master programmer: 
  ``When the program is being tested, it is too late to make design changes.'' 
						The Tao Of Programing

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