Includes the contents of one configuration block within another.
You can use this command only in your CONFIG.SYS file.
Syntax:To install a memory resident program into conventional memory:
Used for defining multiple configurations within a single CONFIG.SYS file. With multiple configurations, you define a menu that appears when your computerstarts. Each menu item corresponds to a block of commands, or "configuration block," in your CONFIG.SYS file.
The following CONFIG.SYS file defines three configurations:
This CONFIG.SYS file contains four configuration blocks.
The [base_config] block contains two typical CONFIG.SYS commands.
The [full_config] block includes the commands in [base_config] plus the DOS=UMB command, a DEVICE command, and a DEVICEHIGH command.
The third configuration, [net_config], includes all the commands in [full_config], which in turn includes those in [base_config].
The [common] block appears at the end of the CONFIG.SYS file.
It is a good idea to end your CONFIG.SYS file with a [common] block so that installation programs can successfully append commands to your CONFIG.SYS file.