Re: Where can I find "netapplet"?

On Wed, 2004-08-25 at 09:35 +0100, Ross Burton wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-08-25 at 10:35 +0200, gabor wrote:
> > for now i have 2 copies of files like /etc/resolv.conf and so on,
> > and switch between them manually when i go home or when i arrive at
> > work.
> Why doesn't the network connection rewrite resolv.conf for you?  When I
> plug in DHCP sends me the DNS servers information, and resolv.conf is
> rewritten.
at work i don't have a dhcp server... :)

> > question:
> > my biggest problem is home i am at cable-modem, so i have to
> > use 
> > my inet provider's smtp server.
> > but at work i cannot access it, so i have to use the smtp server at
> > work.
> > for now i solve this the following way:
> > in /etc/hosts i create an entry for 'smtp-server', which points to the
> > actual smtp server,
> > and have 2 copies of /etc/ for work, and one for home. 
> > and in evolution i set the smtp server to 'smtp-server'. 
> masqmail is designed to solve this problem, and I find it works really
> well.
thanks for the link..
i checked it...and it's nice, but it comes down to the same thing.
i have to run a script when i start my computer.
i can do the same with my rewrite-/etc/hosts approach ...


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