Configuration

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The term configuration has several meanings.

In computing it may refer to:

  • Computer configuration or system configuration
  • Configurator also known as choice boards, design systems, or co-design platforms, is a kind of toolkit used in product design domain to capture customers' specification to a product's attributes.
  • Configure (computing) is the output of Autotools and used to detect system configuration. This is referred to as "./configure" in Unix
  • Configuration file is a software file used to configure the initial settings for a computer program

Other usages include:

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