What is System Configurator?

System Configurator is a standalone program which is designed to be run after software installation has occurred on a Linux computer. System Configurator's job is to provide a consistant API for the configuration of Network Scripts, Hardware, and Bootstrapping, and other configuration data, accross all Linux distributions and all architectures that Linux runs on.

It is designed to integrate well into System Installer and SystemImager, but is also useful with other installation methods. SystemImager and System Configurator will form the transport layer of System Installation Suite. Please see the goals page for more info on the function expected out of System Configurator.

System Installation Suite

System Installation Suite is a System Installation and Management Application Framework. Its goal is to provide the framework for image based systems administration under Linux. With the impending integration of SystemImager and System Configurator, the transport layer will reach beta state. System Installer will be the first of the management applications that use this framework, though there will be other tools in the future. More information can be found at The System Installation Suite Website.

System Configurator v2.0.2 is out!

System Configurator 2.0.2 has been released. Changes since the 1.x branch include: Download the code from here.

How to contact us?

If you have questions or thoughts as to how to make this project better, the best thing to do is get on our mailing lists. We are very open to new ideas about how to make this all work well.

Last modified: Thu Jan 9 13:45:36 EST 2003
by sld