Configuration

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Configuration may refer to:

Computing[edit]

  • Computer configuration or system configuration
  • Configuration file, a software file used to configure the initial settings for a computer program
  • Configurator, also known as choice board, design system, or co-design platform, used in product design to capture customers' specifications
  • Configure script ("./configure" in Unix), the output of Autotools; used to detect system configuration
  • CONFIG.SYS, the primary configuration file for DOS and OS/2 operating systems

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