This is the last call for comments for the review of debconf templates for dtc-xen. The reviewed templates will be sent on Wednesday, April 18, 2007 to the package maintainer as a bug report and a mail will be sent to this list with "[BTS]" as a subject tag. --
Template: dtc-xen/conf_soap_port Type: string Default: 8089 _Description: Server port: Please enter the port the server will bind to. Template: dtc-xen/conf_soap_login Type: string Default: dtc-xen _Description: SOAP server login: Dtc-xen will bind a SOAP Python server (to which a dtc panel can connect, in order to start, stop, create and destroy a VPS). . Please enter the login name to connect to the server. Template: dtc-xen/conf_soap_pass Type: password Default: dtc-xen _Description: SOAP server pass: Dtc-xen will generate a .htpasswd file for the login you have just configured. . Please enter the password to use in that file. Template: dtc-xen/conf_soap_domain_name Type: string Default: example.com _Description: Server hostname: Please enter the domain name for the dtc-xen server. This will be used as a part of the URL by the SOAP dtc panel client. Template: dtc-xen/conf_node_number Type: string Default: 0101 _Description: VPS Server node number: Please enter the value to use to set up VPS numbering. . Assuming this value is 'XXXX', the node number will be 'xenXXXXYY', YY being the VPS number itself (xenYY). This node number must be 4 or 5 characters long. . As a consequence of this choice, the server's hostname will be nodeXXXX.example.com (which you can later add in your DTC control panel). Template: dtc-xen/conf_debian_repository Type: string Default: ftp://ftp.us.debian.org/debian _Description: Debian repository for VPS creation: Please enter the repository to use for creating the VPS (Virtual Private Server). The current /etc/apt/sources.list file will be copied the created VPS so the repository you enter here will be used only during the debootstrap stage of the VPS creation. Template: dtc-xen/conf_netmask Type: string Default: 255.255.255.0 _Description: Network mask for the VPS: Please enter the network mask to use in the created Virtual Private Server's network settings. Template: dtc-xen/conf_network Type: string Default: 192.168.60.0 _Description: Network address for the VPS: Please enter the network address to use in the created Virtual Private Server's network settings. Template: dtc-xen/conf_broadcast Type: string Default: 192.168.60.255 _Description: Broadcast address for the VPS: Please enter the network broadcast address to use in the created Virtual Private Server's network settings. Template: dtc-xen/conf_gateway Type: string Default: 192.168.60.254 _Description: Gateway address for the VPS: Please enter the network gateway address to use in the created Virtual Private Server's network settings. Template: dtc-xen/conf_linux_kernel_name Type: string Default: 126.96.36.199-xenU _Description: Xen kernel release name: Please enter the kernel version number as it appears with the 'uname -a' command. . A kernel domU with that name must be located in /boot (example: vmlinuz-188.8.131.52-xenU) and its corresponding modules must be in /lib/modules. Template: dtc-xen/conf_lvm_name Type: string Default: lvm1 _Description: Volume group to create VPS in: Dtc-xen creates physical partitions in an existing LVM volume group . Please enter that volume group name. The volume group size must fit all the virtual machiness you will set up later on this server. If you don't want to use LVM (because you don't care if loopback is slower), leave this setting to the default value. Template: dtc-xen/conf_info_finish_setup Type: note _Description: Installation completion To finish the installation, you need to launch /usr/sbin/dtc-xen_finish_install. . This script will remove port forwarding from the current sshd_config file and add the grant of xm console to the group xenusers so that users can login to the physical console. It will then try to download the files needed to setup Gentoo and CentOS into the virtual machines. . Please note that the system is currently safe (connections to a physical console as xenXX will be rejected because the /etc/sudoers is not changed), but a basic user won't be able to log into his physical console using ssh.
Source: dtc-xen Section: web Priority: extra Maintainer: Thomas Goirand <email@example.com> Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 4), po-debconf Standards-Version: 3.7.2 Package: dtc-xen Section: web Priority: optional Architecture: all Depends: debconf, python, rrdtool, apache | apache2, python-soappy, python-crypto, m2crypto, debootstrap, openssl, sudo, rpmstrap, adduser Description: SOAP daemon and scripts to allow control panel management for Xen VMs Dtc-xen is a SOAP server running over HTTPS with authentication, so that a web GUI tool can manage, create and destroy domUs under Xen. This package should be used in the dom0 of a Xen server. It integrates itself within the DTC web hosting control panel. . Homepage: <http://www.gplhost.com/software-dtc-xen.html>
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