> 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 file. . 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 installation. # 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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