I have a Kconfig file which contains configuration flags which will be set according to product.When you run "mconf" on Kconfig file you get a window where you can load default configuration file. My questions is that, Can we do this thing in shell script ? Is there any way to load default configuration stored in a file (let's say XYZ.cfg) in shell script ?
Something like below .....
Thanks in advance !!!
If you want specific changes, you can compare the files before and after each setting, and directly modify the files. You might need to signal the daemon procs to get a config reread. If you strace/truss/tusc the gui process, you can see any signals sent and emulate them with kill.