Provided by: switchconf_0.0.5.1-1_all
switchconf - Change system configuration to one of many predefined
switchconf [ -list | config_scheme ]
switchconf is a command line tool that helps nomad laptop users to
easily change their configuration.
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.
The configuration file (/etc/switchconf/conf) is pretty simple. Only 3
entries are defined:
This specify where are located the configurations schemes.
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.
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
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
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
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.
Memory file, has the name of the current active scheme
Actually no bugs are reported.
switchconf was written by Sebastien J. Gross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
switchconf was contributed by Julien Ducros <email@example.com>
switchconf was maintained by Jose Calhariz