Does sys-unconfig work as advertised in 4.x? Meaning that if I have a
fully configured box on my internal net and run sys-unconfig, will
I be able to power up the node on a totally different network
and have things work providing I answer the questions properly.
Most typically this will mean taking a box that is using
NIS in DNS domain A, NIS domain B, and static IP addr and move
it to DNS domain C, NIS domain D, and dynamic IP.
I can't remember the details now, but something didn't work
right in 3.x
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