Subject: Re: Feature idea...
To: Michael Graff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 02/02/1999 15:06:17
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Michael Graff writes:
>I'd implement it as a simple replacement system, and perhaps have a
>way to take a "snapshot" of the current config? That is, set the
>machine up for location foo, and say
> etcswitch -s foo
That's the diea.
>and it'll look at /etc/ifconfig.*, etc and store them away for later
>use. Of course, which files are saved should be in a config file, and
>there should probably be a way to run a script (if present) on switch
>so any strange things can be accounted for.
$ etcswitch -i -s foo
save "ifconfig.*" files? yes
save "resolv.conf"? no
I like this. Would anyone be interested in trying one out if I wrote one?
Any definite vetoes on such a feature from core, before I do anything drastic?