somalley at ed.mde.state.mi.us
Tue Feb 9 21:22:55 EST 1999
I have a powerbook, and i use it on three distinctly different networks.
Is there something in the kernel that loads sort of a network lilo or like
the location manager that will let you have multiple sets of network
My thinking on this is that it would just pop up a short menu before
loading the network settings. than it would just copy or link the files
from a master set, like location1.hosts (converesly hosts.location1) and
than it could load the correct network setting. for the network your on.
or maybe even change them on the fly after boot. this would also have to
include swtiching from DHCP, modem and different static ip's.
or is there already soemthing like this?
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