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       gnunetd.conf - GNUnet daemon configuration file


       ~/.gnunet/gnunetd.conf      or      /var/lib/GNUnet/gnunetd.conf     or


       GNUnet  uses  two  configuation  files,   one   for   user   interfaces
       (gnunet.conf)   and   one  for  the  server  (gnunetd)  and  associated
       administrative tools.  This man page describes the  configuration  file
       for the server.

       /etc/gnunetd.conf  is  the  default location for the configuration file
       used by gnunetd, the  GNUnet  daemon.   It  contains  the  network  and
       resource  configuration  for  the peer.  You should use gnunet-setup to
       create the  configuration  at  either  /var/lib/GNUnet/gnunetd.conf  or
       ~/.gnunet/gnunetd.conf.   The  locations  are  used  by gnunetd in this
       order.  Binary distributions are encouraged to install  an  appropriate
       configuration file in /etc/gnunetd.conf.

       The  basic  structure  of the configuration file is the following.  The
       file is split into sections.  Every section begins  with  [SECTIONNAME]
       and contains a number of options of the form OPTION=VALUE.  Empty lines
       and lines beginning with a # are treated as comments.  Some options are
       optional, in particular certain sections are not used at all unless the
       corresponding service module  is  loaded  (e.g.  you  do  not  have  to
       configure the SMTP transport unless you decide to use it).


              gnunetd configuration file


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       gnunet-gtk(1), gnunet-insert(1), gnunet-search(1),  gnunet-download(1),
       gnunet.conf(5), gnunetd(1)