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One set of executables but multiple set of configuration

i don't know where to put this question hence it is here.

Presently, i have X unix machines which each of them running a set of executables with various unique configurations.

i would like to have run multiple set of machines the same set of executeables but each running different configurations and to make it auto, perferably through a GUI that is simple to code (e.g. like of visual basic in windows).
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GZEXE(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						  GZEXE(1)

gzexe -- create auto-decompressing executables SYNOPSIS
gzexe [-d] file ... DESCRIPTION
The gzexe utility uses gzip(1) to compress executables, producing executables that decompress on-the-fly when executed. This saves disk space, at the cost of slower execution times. The original executables are saved by copying each of them to a file with the same name with a '~' suffix appended. After verifying that the compressed executables work as expected, the backup files can be removed. The options are as follows: -d Decompress executables previously compressed by gzexe. The gzexe program refuses to compress non-regular or non-executable files, files with a setuid or setgid bit set, files that are already com- pressed using gzexe or programs it needs to perform on-the-fly decompression: sh(1), mktemp(1), rm(1), echo(1), tail(1), gzip(1), and chmod(1). SEE ALSO
gzip(1) CAVEATS
The gzexe utility replaces files by overwriting them with the generated compressed executable. To be able to do this, it is required that the original files are writable. BSD
January 26, 2007 BSD