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[RFR2] templates://gnunet/{gnunet-daemon.templates}

> Possible, but I think we're tying the sentence in knots.  Maybe:

I like these ones. So here's the templates file after these changes.

# Obsolete, should be removed
Template: gnunet-daemon/warning
Type: note
_Description: Former installation of GNUnet detected
 Since there are important changes in this version, the installer
 will need to modify the GNUnet configuration file (/etc/gnunet.conf).
 The installation process will backup /etc/gnunet.conf to
 /etc/gnunet.conf.old, and will automatically build a new configuration
 Every personal settings will be preserved as much as possible.

# Obsolete, should be removed
Template: gnunet-daemon/failed
Type: note
_Description: Warning
 For some obscure reason, the installer have failed to discover
 the configuration settings in /etc/gnunet.conf.
 The old configuration file will be moved to /etc/gnunet.conf.old.
 Since some changes are *mandatory* in this file, a
 fresh default configuration file will now be installed
 Please take a look and make necessary changes in it if needed after

# Obsolete, should be removed
Template: gnunet-daemon/prior_07
Type: note
_Description: Upgrade from a version prior to 0.7.0
 It seems that you are upgrading GNUnet from a version prior to 0.7.x.
 GNUnet 0.7.x introduced new configuration files and a new database
 storage format which is not compatible with versions prior to 0.7.x.
 GNUnet cannot convert your database format to the new format.
 Your database storage will be automatically moved to /var/lib/GNUnet.prior07,
 and the gnunet package will build a new empty storage for you.
 Your /etc/gnunet.conf file will also be moved to /etc/gnunet.conf.prior07
 and replaced by /etc/gnunetd.conf which you can modify later by running
 "gnunet-setup -d -c /etc/gnunetd.conf", as root.

Template: gnunet-daemon/launch_at_startup
Type: boolean
Default: true
_Description: Should the GNUnet daemon be launched on boot?
 If you choose this option, a GNUnet server will be started each time
 the system is launched. Otherwise, you will need to launch
 GNUnet each time you want to use it.

Template: gnunet-daemon/gnunet_user
Type: string
Default: gnunet
_Description: GNUnet user:
 Please choose the user that he the GNUnet daemon process will run as.
 This should be a dedicated account. If the specified account does not
 already exist, it will automatically be created, with no login shell.

Template: gnunet-daemon/gnunet_group
Type: string
Default: gnunet
_Description: GNUnet group:
 Please choose the group that the GNUnet daemon process will run as.
 This should be a dedicated group, not one that already owns data.
 Only the members of this group will have access to GNUnet data, and
 be allowed to start and stop the GNUnet server.

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