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       lurker-params — parses parameters from the config file


       lurker-params [-c <config-file>]  [-f <locale>]  [-d -u -a -n -e -x -m -i -k -w -h -r]


       lurker-params  outputs  various  lurker  settings  from  the  config file for use in shell
       scripts.  Do not use sed/grep/etc, instead use this as it respects include.


       -c config-file
                 Use this config file for lurker settings.

       -f locale Choose lurker config fields from the specified locale (it defaults to  selecting
                 the fallback case for each field).

       -d        Output only the dbdir parameter

       -u        Output only the db_umask parameter

       -a        Output only the archive parameter

       -n        Output only the administrator name

       -e        Output only the administrator email address

       -x        Output only the xslt processing command

       -m        Output only the mime pgp verifying command

       -i        Output only the inline pgp verifying command

       -k        Output only the command for deleting a message

       -w        Output only the web_cache state

       -h        Output only the hide_email state

       -r        Output only the raw_email state


       lurker-index(1), lurker-prune(1), lurker-list(1), lurker-search(1)

       lurker documentation on


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