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NAME

       laptop-netconf - network detection and configuration program

SYNOPSIS

       laptop-netconf

DESCRIPTION

       laptop-netconf  reads the list of hosts to probe from its configuration
       file, /etc/laptop-netconf/opts.  Multiple arp  requests  are  sent  out
       onto  the  local  network.   if  any  replies  matching  those  in  the
       configuration  are  received,   a   configuration   script   (also   in
       /etc/laptop-netconf/)  is  run.   If  no known networks are detected, a
       default configuration script is run.

       laptop-netconf will not run at all unless the line "ACTIVE=yes" appears
       within /etc/default/laptop-netconf

NOTE

       laptop-netconf  is  still under development.  If you have any ideas for
       features  that  wish  added,  please  contact  the  author,  Matt  Kern
       <matt@debian.org>.   This  program  was  originally inspired by divine.
       divine was written by Felix von Leitner <felix@fefe.de>.

FILE

       /etc/default/laptop-netconf
              activation configuration file

       /etc/laptop-netconf/opts
              configuration file

       /etc/laptop-netconf/<profile>
              network/service configuration script

       /etc/laptop-netconf/(home|office|default)
              sample network/service configuration scripts

       /etc/laptop-netconf/interfaces.(home|office|default)
              sample network interface configuration files

       /etc/laptop-netconf/resolv.conf.(home|office|default)
              sample resolver configuration files

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