configured

configure

[kuhn-fig-yer]
verb (used with object), configured, configuring.
1.
to design or adapt to form a specific configuration or for some specific purpose: The planes are being configured to hold more passengers in each row.
2.
Computers.
a.
to put (a computer system) together by supplying a specific computer with appropriate peripheral devices, as a monitor and disk drive, and connecting them.
b.
to set up (a program) to enable it to run on a particular computer or for a particular application.

Origin:
back formation from configuration

configurable, adjective
preconfigure, verb (used with object), preconfigured, preconfiguring.
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configure (ˌkənˈfɪɡə)
 
vb
1.  to arrange or organize
2.  computing to set up (a piece of hardware or software) as required

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configure
late 14c., from L. configurare "to fashion after a pattern," from con- "together" + figurare "to shape" (see figure).
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