Seriously, I remember CMU has something built around a derivative of =
LDAP that would store more general preference information. Last I heard =
they only used it for things like Browser Bookmarks, but it seems like a =
general "Preference Server" would be feasible...
-- Ernie P.
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<flushleft><bold>From: </bold>John Klassa <<email@example.com>
<bold>Date: </bold>Oct 29, 1999 06:43:53 AM US/Pacific
<bold>Subject: </bold>diffent machines, same environment?
<bold>X-Mailer: </bold>exmh version 2.1.1 10/15/1999
Has anybody figured out a good way to handle this...
One of my biggest pet peeves as a computer user is that I've got several
machines, each with their own )*&*(&^! copies of config files and the
My two primary machines are a Solaris box at work and a linux laptop...
Each has its own .fvwm2rc, .emacs, .mailrc and on and on. Whenever I
change one, I forget to change the other.
Having to manually sync things, when I notice a difference, sucks. :-)
Anybody got any strategies for dealing with this kind of thing?
John Klassa / Cisco Systems, Inc. / RTP, NC / USA / firstname.lastname@example.org / =