Live Kernel Configuration Panel (LKCP) is an ncurses interface to the run-time Linux kernel configuration data that can be accessed through the /proc filesystem. It also generates a bash script of your recently committed changes to the /proc/sys filesystem.
|Tags||Terminals Desktop Environment tools Operating System Kernels Linux Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Fixes memory leaks. Removes terminal resetting from installation. Removes redundant and unused code. A system name check to detect early problems. Updated documentation.
Release Notes: This release adds a scripting feature to allow automatic creation of scripts based on commands from the user (root mode). Minor bugs have been fixed. UI colors have been slightly changed. More documentation has been added.
Release Notes: LKCP now runs flawlessly under Linux AMD64 and Alpha. A new debugging module was implemented. CPU arch-specific bugs were fixed. The help subsystem was improved. Help was added to the search feature.
Release Notes: Help information was added to the ack window. Code clean-up and bug chasing were done for the search feature. The search UI was polished.
Release Notes: This release now allows you to search for items in the /proc/ sys configuration directory and edit those items. The UI has been polished. All terminals are now supported. Core functions have been rewritten.