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[LCFC] templates://davfs2/{templates}

This is the last call for comments for the review of debconf
templates for davfs2.

The reviewed templates will be sent on Thursday, May 31, 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: davfs2/suid_file
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Should unprivileged users be allowed to mount WebDAV resources?
 The file /sbin/mount.davfs must have the SUID bit set if you want to allow
 unprivileged (non-root) users to mount WebDAV resources.
 Choosing this option is discouraged for security reasons. If you
 choose it, additional input will be required. 
 If you do not choose this option, only root will be allowed to mount WebDAV
 resources. This can later be changed by running 'dpkg-reconfigure davfs2'.

Template: davfs2/user_name
Type: string
Default: davfs2
_Description: User running the mount.davfs daemon:
 Once the davfs resource has been mounted, the daemon will drop the
 root privileges and will run with an unprivileged user ID.
 Please choose which login name should be used by the daemon.

Template: davfs2/group_name
Type: string
Default: davfs2
_Description: Group for users who will be allowed to mount WebDAV resources:
 Mounting WebDAV resources creates a file in
 /var/run/mount.davfs. This directory will be owned by the group
 specified here.

Template: davfs2/new_user
Type: boolean
Default: true
_Description: Do you want to create a new user?
 The "${user_name}" user does not exist on the system and will be
 created if you choose this option.

Template: davfs2/new_group
Type: boolean
Default: true
_Description: Do you want to create a new group?
 The "${group_name}" group does not exist on the system and will be
 created if you choose this option.

Template: davfs2/non_root_users_confimed
Type: note
_Description: Unprivileged users allowed to mount WebDAV resources
 The "${group_name}" group and the "${user_name}" user will be used by
 davfs2. All users who should be granted the right to mount WebDAV
 resources should be added to the group "${group_name}" using the
 following command:
 adduser <username> ${group_name}
 The following should also be added to /etc/fstab:
 https://webdav.example.org/path  /mnt  davfs  rw,users,noauto  0  0
 Additional options are available. Please read the mount.davfs man page
 for more information.
Source: davfs2
Section: utils
Priority: extra
Maintainer: Luciano Bello <luciano@linux.org.ar>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 4.0.0), po-debconf, libssl-dev, libxml2-dev, libneon26-dev
Uploaders: Marcela Tiznado <mlt@debian.org>
Standards-Version: 3.7.2

Package: davfs2
Architecture: any
Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}, adduser
Description: mount WebDAV resources as regular file systems
 davfs2 is a Linux file system driver that allows mounting a WebDAV
 resource as a regular file system. Files in that resource can
 be edited using standard applications which interact with the file
 system (e.g. text editors).
 It supports SSL and proxy servers, uses coda for file system
 operations along with the neon library for WebDAV access, and is based on

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