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NAME

       netatalk.conf - Configuration file used by netatalk(8) to determine its
       general configuration

DESCRIPTION

       /etc/netatalk/netatalk.conf is the configuration file used by  afpd  to
       determine  what  portions  of  the  file  system  will  be  shared  via
       Appletalk, as well as their behaviors.

       Any line not prefixed with # is interpreted.  The  configuration  lines
       are composed like:

       option = value

       The possible options and their meanings are:

       AFPD_GUEST
              Sets the id of the guest user to a local user on the system.

       AFPD_MAX_CLIENTS
              Sets  the  maximum  number  of  clients  that can simultaneously
              connect to the server.

       AFPD_RUN
              Enables the afpd daemon if set to "yes". This should be  enabled
              if you are planning on using netatalk as a file server.

       AFPD_UAM_LIST
              Sets   the   default   UAMs  for  afpd  (and  papd,  if  printer
              authentication is compiled in) to use.

              Example: AFPD_UAMLIST="-U uams_guest.so,uams_randnum.so"

       CNID_METAD_RUN
              Enables the cnid_metad daemon if set to "yes".  This  should  be
              enabled if you are going to use the dbd CNID backend.

       ATALK_BGROUND
              "yes"  will  set  netatalk  to initialize in the background, and
              "no" will cause normal initialization.

       ATALK_NAME
              Sets the machines’ Appletalk name.

       ATALK_ZONE
              Sets the machines’ Appletalk zone.

       ATALKD_RUN
              Enables the atalkd daemon  if  set  to  "yes".  This  should  be
              enabled if you are planning on providing Appletalk services.

       PAPD_RUN
              Enables  the papd daemon if set to "yes". This should be enabled
              if you are planning on using netatalk as a print server.

       ATALK_MAC_CHARSET
              Set the Mac client codepage, used by atalkd and papd to  convert
              extended characters from the Unix to the Mac codepage.

       ATALK_UNIX_CHARSET
              Set  the  Unix  codepage,  used  by  atalkd  and papd to convert
              extended characters from the Unix to the Mac  codepage.  Has  to
              match the codepage of the configuration files.

SEE ALSO

       atalkd(8), atalkd.conf(5)