Configuration API

Avi Alkalay avi at
Mon May 3 23:02:51 EEST 2004

> A possible exception would be something like LR operating on the root 
> filesystem - that implies a specialist filesystem used as the root fs,
> though.

No specialist filesystem is needed. Even VFAT is fine.

> Examples, however, of the former abound - LR operating on a non-root fs 
> during boot, anything which requires libraries or data not present on the 
> rootfs, etc. Network orientated configuration systems.

You actually can't change where configurations are stored. It is too
internal, and LR was designed to not let it happen. They'll be allways
under /etc/registry, which can be any FS type.

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