System Configurator is a configuration API for Linux. It will setup hardware, networking, and bootstrapping in a unified way. It is primarily designed to be the configuration engine for System Installation Suite, though is modular enough to be used in other environments.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Fixes for a number of SuSE 8 network issues, resetting SuSE 7.x keyboard to defaults, and fixes for Time Zone support.
Release Notes: New ramdisk support is now fully functional on SuSE 7.x and 8.0 distributions. TimeZone support is finished for Red Hat (and cousins), SuSE, and Debian.
Release Notes: SuSE kernel module detection code was completed, ramdisks are now built for SuSE 7.x and 8.0, and TimeZone config files have been built for Red Hat (and cousins) and SuSE.
Release Notes: This is the first SC development release on the way to 2.0.0. It includes better ramdisk generation (through use of native tools), support for SuSE 8.0 network configuration, arbitrary user exits, and the beginnings of time zone support.