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NAME

       gnunet-setup - configuring GNUnet

SYNOPSIS

       gnunet-setup [OPTIONS] MODE

DESCRIPTION

       gnunet-setup  can  be used to generate and edit the configuration files
       (gnunetd.conf and gnunet.conf) for GNUnet.  gnunet-setup  runs  in  two
       basic   modes,   one  for  editing  gnunet.conf  and  one  for  editing
       gnunetd.conf.   Depending  on  which  libraries  were  available   when
       gnunet-setup  was  build,  gnunet-setup  will have a curses or GTK user
       interface.  A text-only interface is always  available.   For  a  quick
       initial  configuration gnunet-setup offers a wizard (GTK only) that can
       be used to quickly generate a working gnunetd.conf file.

       -h, --help
              print help page

       -c FILENAME, --config=FILENAME
              specify   location   of   the   configuration   file   (default:
              /etc/gnunetd.conf  or  ~/.gnunet/gnunet.conf,  depending  on the
              mode)

       -d, --daemon
              generate  configuration  for  gnunetd  (gnunetd.conf).   If  run
              without  this option, gnunet-setup will generate a configuration
              for GNUnet clients.

       -g SECTION:OPTION, --get=SECTION:OPTION
              display the value of the given OPTION from the given SECTION  in
              the configuration file.

       -s SECTION:OPTION=VALUE, --set=SECTION:OPTION=VALUE
              set  the value of the given OPTION from the given SECTION to the
              specified VALUE.  If this  change  implies  other  options  also
              changing, perform those changes as well.

       -v, --version
              print the version number

       NOTES  Before   you  can  use  any  GNUnet  application  you  must  run
              gnunet-setup  to  generate  the   configuration.    First,   run
              gnunet-setup  with the -d option to generate a configuration for
              gnunetd.  Later, each user of the system should run gnunet-setup
              without -d to generate his personal configuration.

       Depending  on  your  system,  gnunet-setup  will  have  a subset of the
       following modes: config (text), menuconfig (curses), gconfig (GTK), and
       wizard-gtk  (GTK  wizard).   The  wizards can currently only be used in
       conjunction with the -d option to configure gnunetd.

FILES

       /etc/gnunetd.conf
              gnunetd configuration file (default location).

       ~/.gnunet/gnunet.conf
              client configuration file (default location).

REPORTING BUGS

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

SEE ALSO

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