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Re: [K12OSN] How to change X-terminales networks



2008/10/22 Arturo Limón <arturo susetic com>:
> I was thinking about doing right what Rob says: scripts using sed to change
> all the involved configuration files (quite some of them). I am not an
> expert in bash scripting, but I have some experience about it, so probably
> is the easiest solution. I'd like to do some kind of "graphic script", but I
> am completely new at that.
>

Hey why not create a list of files that carry the network address
scheme and then run the script on this list as input?

To my mind list would be (this will vary slightly from distro to distro)

/etc/dhcp3/dhcpd3.conf
/opt/ltsp/i386/etc/lts.conf
/etc/exports
/etc/hosts
..
..


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