Subject: multiple network configs?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 02/13/1999 23:39:58
I have a laptop which I take to my office. In the office I want to use
NIS, amd, and kerberos. However, at home, I don't use that stuff but the
machine gets all bothered when the network is missing. Anyone have a
clean way for handling this? Should I always boot single user and then
run a script which copies in the correct /etc/rc.conf?
Is there a convenient to get a menu a bootup which is something like
1) if you're at home
2) if you're in the office