LCFG stands for "Local ConFiGuration system". Developed at the
University of Edinburghbeginning around 1993, it is "a system for automatically installing and managing the configuration of large numbers of computer systems. It is particularly suitable for sites with very diverse and rapidly changing configurations."
Comparison of open source configuration management software
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