[arch-dev-public] netcfg2 in [testing]
iphitus at gmail.com
Mon Nov 5 08:08:10 EST 2007
Just a heads up that I've put netcfg2 into [testing]... They work for me
and others, and have proven to be solid for the last few months without
many bugs -- they're well overdue for wider testing.
Also... I'd like to move it into svn on projects.archlinux.org as there's
no scm currently, who do I speak to about that?
I'll post announcements tomorrow morning when I wake if nobody has any
complaints. They'll follow as below.
netcfg2 is now in [testing].
netcfg2 aims to be a refined network profile system for Arch Linux,
replacing the current implementation. Through this, it has also gained
various features and improvements which are listed on the development wiki
Before it can replace the current profiles, netcfg2 needs testers of
various wireless hardware and configuration to try the scripts and report
back on the wiki page testing section
(http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Network_Scripts#Testing). Bugs can be
filed at the bug tracker.
Documentation for netcfg2 is located in the netcfg manpage, detailed
examples in /etc/network.d/examples, and the wiki:
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