Provided by: frox_0.7.18-3_i386
frox.conf - configuration file for frox ftp proxy.
The frox configuration file consists of a series of option settings.
Each setting consists of a (case insensitive) option name, followed by
the value(s) for that option.
Values are separated from each other and their option name by
whitespace. Optiions which are strings (eg. filenames, usernames etc.)
may be quoted with "" if they contain whitespace. Blank lines and lines
beginning with a # are ignored.
For documentation on individual options please read the sample config
file which is well documented
If the configuration file is changed and frox is send SIGHUP then some
parts of it may be reread.
Options which require special privileges(eg. Chroot, User,
TransparentData) and options which refer to the file system (eg.
LogFile, CacheDir). will not be changed. If the program is running
chrooted and with dropped priviledges then it is probably unable to
change these, and I don’t want to give incentives to run it as root.
Note that in order to find the config file for rereading it should a)
be readable by the user which frox drops to, b) be within the chroot
jail, and c) have been specified with an absolute path.
James Hollingshead <frox at hollo.org>