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intuitively — Automagic configuration of network parameters
intuitively [-V ] [-f ] [-v | -q ] ... [-l location ] [-i
interface ] [-c config_file ] [-r location_file ] [-S ]
Sends out ARP (address resolution protocol) requests and, depending on
who answers, it configures the network interface and default route. It
also links the files in /etc/intuitively/NETWORK into your root
force overwriting of non-symlinks when linking the files from
/etc/intuitively into the "real hierarchy"
display version and quit
be more verbose (may be repeated)
be more quiet (may be repeated)
-l location, --location=location
force selection of location. Useful if, for some reason
intuitively fails to detect your location
-i interface, --interface=interface
force selection of interface. Useful if, for some reason
libnet (or intuitively)) fails to detect which interface to
use, or if you have more than one interface.
-c config_file, --config=config_file
use alternate configuration file.
-r location_file, --locationfile=location_file
write the location found into that file.
don’t run the script specified in intuitively.conf. Nice for
intuitively returns a zero exit status if the everything went ok. If
something went wrong, it prints an error message and exits with a non-
zero exit value. Use one or more -v to try to debug what is going on
and send bug reports.
Intuitively was originally based on divine, though almost all of the
code has been rewritten multiple times. divine is written by Felix von
Leitner <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Intuitively is written by Tollef Fog Heen
It is impossible to have netmask = 32, but who wants that anyway? If
you find a bug, please report by email to me