Provided by: netatalk_2.2~beta4-1_i386
netatalk.conf - Configuration file used by Netatalk to determine its
/etc/netatalk/netatalk.conf is the configuration file used by afpd to
determine what portions of the file system will be shared via AFP, as
well as their behaviors.
If netatalk has been configured with --enable-debian, it is not
/etc/netatalk/netatalk.conf but :DESTDIR:/etc/default/netatalk.
Any line not prefixed with # is interpreted. The configuration lines
are composed like:
option = value
The possible options and their meanings are:
Sets the id of the guest user to a local user on the system.
Sets the maximum number of clients that can simultaneously connect
to the server.
Enables the afpd daemon if set to "yes". This should be enabled if
you are planning on using netatalk as a file server.
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"
Enables the cnid_metad daemon if set to "yes". This should be
enabled if you are going to use the dbd CNID backend.
Configuration options for cnid_metad. See: cnid_metad(8)
"yes" will set netatalk to initialize in the background, and "no"
will cause normal initialization.
Sets the machines' Appletalk name.
Sets the machines' Appletalk zone.
Enables the atalkd daemon if set to "yes". This should be enabled
if you are planning on providing Appletalk services.
Enables the papd daemon if set to "yes". This should be enabled if
you are planning on using netatalk as a print server.
Set the Mac client codepage, used by atalkd and papd to convert
extended characters from the Unix to the Mac codepage.
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.
afpd(8), afpd.conf(5), cnid_metad(8), atalkd(8), atalkd.conf(5)