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       scrollkeeper.conf - ScrollKeeper configuration file

       System-wide configuration of ScrollKeeper

       The  system-wide  scrollkeeper.conf file is typically installed at /etc/scrollkeeper.conf.
       It stores the default OMF paths which are searched by scrollkeeper-update  (8)  to  update
       the  ScrollKeeper documentation catalog.  The paths are held by the OMF_DIR variable which
       is assigned to a colon (:) delimited list of paths.

       Comment lines begin with the (#) character.

       A typical scrollkeeper.conf file will look like:

       # Comment

       Any user on the system is able to use the scrollkeeper-update (8) command  to  generate	a
       ScrollKeeper  database  at  any	path that the user has write permission to.  The user can
       over-ride the system default OMF_DIR path variable by setting a shell variable of the same
       name,  OMF_DIR.	In this way, a user can create a document catalog which contains a super-
       set of the system documentation, or a completely independent set of  documents  which  the
       user may be interested in.

       Note  that most applications will register its documentation at install time, and unregis-
       ter it at uninstall time.  Thus, a user who keeps their own personal ScrollKeeper database
       may need to periodically run scrollkeeper-update (8) manually (or with cron) to keep their
       database up-to-date.

       Laszlo Kovacs   <laszlo.kovacs@sun.com>
       Dan Mueth       <d-mueth@uchicago.edu>

       scrollkeeper-config(1), scrollkeeper-gen-seriesid(1), scrollkeeper(7), scrollkeeper-prein-
       stall(8), scrollkeeper-rebuilddb(8), scrollkeeper-update(8)

ScrollKeeper				   Dec 5, 2001			     SCROLLKEEPER.CONF(5)
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