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FTP man page updates

Author: jgg
Date: 1999-03-15 23:05:49 GMT
FTP man page updates
debian/1.8.y
Arch Librarian 18 years ago
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  1. 20
      doc/apt.conf.5.yo
  2. 45
      doc/examples/apt.conf

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doc/apt.conf.5.yo

@ -105,6 +105,23 @@ remote server is not RFC conforming or buggy (such as Squid 2.0.2)
Acquire::http::Pipeline-Depth can be a value from 0 to 5 indicating how many
outstanding requests APT should send.
dit(bf(ftp))
FTP URis; ftp::Proxy is the default proxy server to use. It is in the
standard form of em(http://[[user][:pass]@]host[:port]/) and is overriden
by the ftp_proxy environment variable. To use a ftp proxy you will have to
set the ftp::ProxyLogin script in the configuration file. This entry
specifies the commands to send to tell the proxy server what to connect
to. Please see em(/usr/doc/apt/examples/apt.conf) for an example of how
to do this. The subsitution variables available are $(PROXY_USER),
$(PROXY_PASS), $(SITE_USER), $(SITE_PASS), $(SITE), and $(SITE_PORT).
Each is taken from it's respective URI component.
Several settings are provided to control passive mode. Generally it is safe
to leave passive mode on, it works in nearly every environment. However some
situations require that passive mode be disabled and port mode ftp used
instead. This can be done globally, for connections that go through a proxy
or for a specific host (See the sample config file for examples)
dit(bf(cdrom))
CDROM URIs; the only setting for CDROM URIs is the mount point, cdrom::Mount
which must be the mount point for the CDROM drive as specified in /etc/fstab.
@ -180,7 +197,8 @@ Most of the options in the bf(debug) section are not interesting to the
normal user, however bf(Debug::pkgProblemResolver) shows interesting
output about the decisions dist-upgrade makes. bf(Debug::NoLocking)
disables file locking so apt can do some operations as non-root and
bf(Debug::pkgDPkgPM) will print out the command line for each dpkg invokation.
bf(Debug::pkgDPkgPM) will print out the command line for each dpkg
invokation.
manpagesection(EXAMPLES)
bf(/usr/doc/apt/examples/apt.conf) contains a sample configuration file

45
doc/examples/apt.conf

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
// $Id: apt.conf,v 1.27 1999/03/15 08:10:39 jgg Exp $
// $Id: apt.conf,v 1.28 1999/03/15 23:05:49 jgg Exp $
/* This file is an index of all APT configuration directives. It should
NOT actually be used as a real config file, though it is a completely
valid file.
@ -16,15 +16,17 @@
*/
// Options for APT in general
APT {
APT
{
Architecture "i386";
// Options for apt-get
Get {
Get
{
Download-Only "false";
Simulate "false";
Assume-Yes "false";
Force-Yes "false"; // I would never set this.
Force-Yes "false"; // I would never set this.
Fix-Broken "false";
Fix-Missing "false";
Show-Upgraded "false";
@ -32,11 +34,13 @@ APT {
Print-URIs "false";
};
Cache {
Cache
{
Important "false";
};
CDROM {
CDROM
{
Rename "false";
NoMount "false";
Fast "false";
@ -45,7 +49,7 @@ APT {
// Some general options
Ingore-Hold "false";
Immediate-Configure "true"; // DO NOT turn this off, see the man page
Immediate-Configure "true"; // DO NOT turn this off, see the man page
};
// Options for the downloading routines
@ -72,7 +76,8 @@ Acquire
Proxy "ftp://127.0.0.1/";
Proxy::http.us.debian.org "DIRECT"; // Specific per-host setting
// Required script to perform proxy login
/* Required script to perform proxy login. This example should work
for tisfwtk */
ProxyLogin
{
"USER $(PROXY_USER)";
@ -82,9 +87,12 @@ Acquire
};
Timeout "120";
/* Passive mode control, proxy, non-proxy and per-host. Pasv mode
is prefered if possible */
Passive "true";
Proxy::Passive "true";
Passive::http.us.debian.org "true"; // Specific per-host setting
Passive::http.us.debian.org "true"; // Specific per-host setting
};
cdrom
@ -130,28 +138,37 @@ Dir
};
// Things that effect the APT dselect method
DSelect {
DSelect
{
Clean "auto"; // always|auto|prompt|never
Options "-f";
UpdateOptions "";
PromptAfterUpdate "no";
}
DPkg {
DPkg
{
// Probably don't want to set this one..
Options {"--force-downgrade";}
// Auto re-mounting of a readonly /usr
Pre-Invoke {"mount -o remount,rw /usr";};
Post-Invoke {"mount -o remount,ro /usr";};
// Prevents daemons from getting cwd as something mountable (default)
Run-Directory "/";
}
/* Options you can set to see some debugging text They corrispond to names
of classes in the source code */
Debug {
Debug
{
pkgProblemResolver "false";
pkgAcquire "false";
pkgAcquire::Worker "false";
pkgDPkgPM "false";
pkgInitialize "false"; // This one will dump the configuration space
NoLocking "false";
NoLocking "false";
Acquire::Ftp "false"; // Show ftp command traffic
}

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