Manage Your Configs with vcsh

If you’re anything like me (and don’t you want to be?), you probably have more than one Linux or UNIX machine that you use on a regular basis. Perhaps you’ve got a laptop and a desktop. Or, maybe you’ve got a few servers on which you have shell accounts. Managing the configuration files for applications like mutt, Irssi and others isn’t hard, but the administrative overhead just gets tedious, particularly when moving from one machine to another or setting up a new machine.