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NAME

       switchconf - Change system configuration to one of many predefined

SYNOPSIS

       switchconf [ -list | config_scheme ]

DESCRIPTION

       switchconf  is  a  command  line  tool that helps nomad laptop users to
       easily change their configuration.

OPTIONS

       switchconf takes only one argument. If this argument is -list,  a  list
       of   all   known   configuration   schemes   is   returned   (found  in
       $conf_top_dirs). If  the  argument  is  a  configuration  scheme,  this
       configuration will be installed on the laptop.

CONFIGURATION FILE

       The configuration file (/etc/switchconf/conf) is pretty simple.  Only 3
       entries are defined:

       conf_top_dirs
              This specify where are located the configurations schemes.

       dest_dir
              This specify in which top directory you want to install the  new
              configuration. This option is pretty useful if you want to debug
              your configuration without overwritting the actual one.

       exec_dir_before, exec_dir_after
              This specify the name of the exec directory : all files included
              will be executed before or after configuration changes

       /etc/switchconf/conf  should  be  written  so it is parsable as a shell
       script - There should be no spaces between the variable  name  and  its
       value.

SCHEMES

       You should create a directory for each configuration scheme you define,
       including  all  the  files  it  should  set  in  the   system.   Inside
       /etc/switchconf  the  directories you should create the files including
       the full path  (i.e.,  /etc/switchconf/home/etc/network/interfaces  for
       /etc/network/interfaces).

       No  scheme  should  be  named  as  either  the  exec_dir_before  or the
       exec_dir_after, unless the conf_top_dirs is moved out  of  its  default
       directory, /etc/switchconf.

       Although  it  is  not really necessary, you should probably ensure that
       all the files existing in one of  the  schemes  exist  on  every  other
       scheme, in order to ensure you do not end up in a hybrid state.

FILES

       /etc/switchconf/conf
              Configuration file.

       /var/lib/misc/switchconf.lastcfg
              Memory file, has the name of the current active scheme

BUGS

       Actually no bugs are reported.

AUTHOR

       switchconf   was   written  by  Sebastien  J.  Gross  <seb@sjgross.org>
       switchconf  was  contributed   by   Julien   Ducros   <jul@chezwam.org>
       switchconf       was       maintained       by       Jose      Calhariz
       <jose.calhariz@tagus.ist.utl.pt>