[Tutor] Setting Network settings from Python/Djang

ian douglas ian.douglas at iandouglas.com
Sun Jan 22 13:30:41 CET 2012

Well DNS would be easy, just modify /etc/resolve.conf ... the other files
you need to modify would depend on your distro because they all do
something slightly different it seems.
On Jan 22, 2012 3:25 AM, "Ganesh Kumar" <bugcy013 at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm working on a simple web interface for an embedded computer. The
> computer will ship with a static default ip that will then need to be
> updated by the install tech who may not be tech/linux savvy.
> Basicly I need to change the following system settings from a Django app.
>    1. IP Addres
>    2. Subnet
>    3. Default Gateway
>    4. DNS Servers 1&2
> I realize that I can could just overwrite the config files in linux but I
> was wondering if there is a more "Python" way of doing it.
> I want any ready to use module is there, please guide me.
> -Ganesh.
> Did I learn something today? If not, I wasted it.
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