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CRASHMAIL(1)							     CrashMail							      CRASHMAIL(1)

NAME
crashmail - A Fidonet *.JAM and MSG tosser SYNOPSIS
crashmail [SETTINGS filename] [SCAN] [TOSS] [TOSSFILE filename] [TOSSDIR directory] [SCANAREA area] [SCANLIST filename] [RESCAN area RES- CANNODE node [RESCANMAX max]] [VERSION] [LOCK] [UNLOCK] [NOSECURITY] DESCRIPTION
Welcome to CrashMail II! CrashMail II is basically a more portable version of CrashMail, my tosser for Amiga computers. Users of the old Amiga version will probably find some things familiar while some features are gone such as the ARexx port (for obvious reasons!) and the GUI configuration editor. The only feature that CrashMail II has and the old CrashMail hasn't is support for JAM messagebases. OPTIONS
SCAN Scan all areas for messages to export. TOSS Toss all .pkt files and bundles in inbound directory. TOSSFILE filename Toss the specified file. TOSSDIR directory Toss all files in the specified directory. SCANAREA area Scan the specified area. SCANLIST filename Scan all areas listed in the specified file. RESCAN area RESCANNODE node RESCANMAX max Rescans the specied area for the specied node. If RESCANMAX is specified, it sets the maximum number of messages to rescan. SETTINGS filename Use this configuration file instead of the default.You can use the environment variable CMCONFIGFILE to set the default configura- tion file. VERSION Show version information about CrashMail. LOCK Locks CrashMail's configuration file and then exits. CrashMail has a simple locking mechanism to ensure that two instances of Crash- Mail never use the same configuration file at the same time. You can use this if you want to temporarily want to stop CrashMail from running, e.g. when updating the nodelist. UNLOCK Removes the lock on CrashMail's configuration file. Only use this when the configuration file previously has been locked with LOCK, otherwise terrible things might happen. NOSECURITY Process all packets without security checks. This is intended to be used mainly with TOSSDIR/TOSSFILE and with packets created by CrashWrite. SEE ALSO
crashexport(1), crashlist(1), crashmaint(1), crashwrite(1), crashgetnode(1), crashstats(1) FILES
crashmail.prefs BUGS
Win32 If you want to use an old reader that only can handle 8+3 filenames, you have to use %8 in the path of your DEFAULT area if you are using the auto-add feature. This creates an 8 digit serial number to use as the path for the area. Note that if CrashMail is run twice in a short period of time (a few seconds), it might create duplicate paths. Avoid %8 if it is at all possible. Linux Don't use the ~ character in paths. Such paths are expanded to point to your home directory by the shell and not by the i/o functions in the system. They will not work in CrashMail. In *.msg areas, make sure that all files are named *.msg and not *.MSG! If they are not named in lowercase, CrashMail will not export them. As an extra bonus, the Linux version of CrashMail can use the syslog instead of using its own log file. Just use "syslog" as the name of your log file. If the precompiled binaries in the CrashMail archive don't work on your system, you will have to compile your own. See src/ReadMe.txt for more information about this. AUTHOR
CrashMail is written by Johan Billing <billing@df.lth.se> This manual page was written by Peter Karlsson <peter@softwolves.pp.se> Johan Billing 1999-08-01 CRASHMAIL(1)

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cups-files.conf(5)						    Apple Inc.							cups-files.conf(5)

NAME
cups-files.conf - file and directory configuration file for cups DESCRIPTION
The cups-files.conf file configures the files and directories used by the CUPS scheduler, cupsd(8). It is normally located in the /etc/cups directory. Each line in the file can be a configuration directive, a blank line, or a comment. Comment lines start with the # character. DIRECTIVES
The following directives are understood by cupsd(8). Consult the on-line help for detailed descriptions: AccessLog filename AccessLog syslog Defines the access log filename. ConfigFilePerm mode Specifies the permissions for all configuration files that the scheduler writes. DataDir path Specified the directory where data files can be found. DocumentRoot directory Specifies the root directory for the internal web server documents. ErrorLog filename ErrorLog syslog Specifies the error log filename. FatalErrors none FatalErrors all -kind [... -kind] FatalErrors kind [... kind] Specifies which errors are fatal, causing the scheduler to exit. "Kind" is "browse", "config", "listen", "log", or "permissions". FileDevice Yes FileDevice No Specifies whether the file pseudo-device can be used for new printer queues. FontPath directory[:directory:...] Specifies the search path for fonts. Group group-name-or-number Specifies the group name or ID that will be used when executing external programs. LogFilePerm mode Specifies the permissions for all log files that the scheduler writes. PageLog filename PageLog syslog Specifies the page log filename. Printcap Printcap filename Specifies the filename for a printcap file that is updated automatically with a list of available printers (needed for legacy applica- tions); specifying Printcap with no filename disables printcap generation. RemoteRoot user-name Specifies the username that is associated with unauthenticated root accesses. RequestRoot directory Specifies the directory to store print jobs and other HTTP request data. ServerBin directory Specifies the directory where backends, CGIs, daemons, and filters may be found. ServerCertificate filename Specifies the encryption certificate to use. ServerKey filename Specifies the encryption key to use. ServerRoot directory Specifies the directory where the server configuration files can be found. SyncOnClose Yes SyncOnClose No Specifies whether the scheduler calls fsync(2) after writing configuration or state files. The default is No. SystemGroup group-name [group-name ...] Specifies the group(s) to use for System class authentication. TempDir directory Specifies the directory where temporary files are stored. User user-name Specifies the user name or ID that is used when running external programs. SEE ALSO
classes.conf(5), cupsd(8), cupsd.conf(5), mime.convs(5), mime.types(5), printers.conf(5), subscriptions.conf(5), http://localhost:631/help COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2007-2013 by Apple Inc. 26 July 2013 CUPS cups-files.conf(5)
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