Subject: Re: kerberos on laptops
To: Michael Richardson <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/01/2001 18:14:40
* email@example.com [2000-12-31 19:14:09]
> Now, I'd like it to NFS mount (later CODA, sooner NFS-over-IPv6-over-IPsec)
> my file servers when at home. But, if I enable AMD in rc.conf, then that
> screws me on the road.
I don't have a particular problem with running amd on a laptop unless
I have NFS mounts active when I disconnect (a small piece of elisp and
a shell script help prevent this). If I understand CODA then it will
probably be better, but not perfect.
> 1) my SMTP smart-host
Done using a name in /etc/hosts which changes target depending on
where I am (static sendmail configuration).
> 2) my WWW cache
> 3) my default $PRINTER
> 4) my IPsec policies
I don't use these.
> 5) my keyboard mapping (I have a keyboard on my desk with CTRL in the
> right place)
Currently done using xmodmap - without the need to re-start the X server.
> based upon whether or not I have a network, and where I am.
The problem is that much of this is done `manually' by scripts which
know how to behave in different places. It always seemed as though it
should be possible to make it automatic, bit I've never done it.
> Of course, I'd also like to do this without rebooting, but that would be a
> bonus. (it appears that my notebook does can not switch keyboards without
> a reboot...)
USB may be your friend for the keyboard switching problem.