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NAME

       gnunetd.conf - GNUnet daemon configuration file

SYNOPSIS

       /etc/gnunetd.conf

DESCRIPTION

       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.   Use  the -c option to specify alternative
       locations  for  the  configuration  file.   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).

FILES

       /etc/gnunetd.conf
              gnunetd configuration file

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs by using mantis <https://gnunet.org/mantis/> or by  sending
       electronic mail to <gnunet-developers@gnu.org>

SEE ALSO

       gnunet-setup(1), gnunet.conf(5), gnunet-update(1)