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

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

The reviewed templates will be sent on Wednesday, October 21, 2009 to the package
maintainer as a bug report and a mail will be sent to this list with
"[BTS]" as a subject tag.


Template: syscp/reconfigure-webserver
Type: multiselect
Choices: apache2, lighttpd
_Description: Web server to reconfigure automatically:
 Please choose the web server that should be automatically configured
 to run SysCP.

Template: syscp/admin-username
Type: string
Default: admin
_Description: Username for the first admin user:
 You need to set up an admin user to be able to log in to SysCP after
 If you leave this field empty, the default username ("admin") will be used.

Template: syscp/admin-password
Type: password
_Description: Password for the first admin user:
 Please choose a password for the new admin user.
 If you leave this field empty, the password will be randomly generated.
 The user name and password will be stored in /etc/syscp/debian.php.

Template: syscp/customer-dir
Type: string
Default: /var/lib/syscp/customers
_Description: Directory for customer data:
 SysCP will be configured to save customer data in one location.
 Subdirectories will be created for web services ("webs"), mail
 accounts ("mail"), temporary files ("tmp"), and log files ("log").
 If you leave this empty, the default "/var/lib/syscp/customers"
 directory will be used. However, upstream developers use
 "/var/customers", so if you already have customer data somewhere, such
 as data originating from a former installation, or if you want an
 entirely different directory to hold the customers' data, you can enter
 the directory path here.

Template: syscp/no-config
Type: note
_Description: Daemons not configured
 Please note that, in order to keep your current installation safe, SysCP did
 not reconfigure the mail or FTP servers. They should be configured
 to use the MySQL table provided by SysCP.
 SysCP also requires cron jobs. These are not installed automatically
 because they cause web server reloads, which you probably want to keep
 Some example configurations may be found in /usr/share/doc/syscp/examples.

Source: syscp
Section: admin
Priority: extra
Maintainer: Jan Hauke Rahm <jhr@debian.org>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 7.0.50), quilt (>= 0.46-7)
Build-Depends-Indep: po-debconf
Standards-Version: 3.8.3
Homepage: http://www.syscp.org

Package: syscp
Architecture: all
Depends: apache2 | lighttpd, php5-cli, php5-mysql, mysql-server, webalizer,
 dbconfig-common, libphp-phpmailer, php-fpdf, ${misc:Depends}
Recommends: postfix, postfix-mysql, libsasl2-2, libsasl2-modules,
 libsasl2-modules-sql, courier-pop | dovecot-pop3d, courier-imap |
 dovecot-imapd, php5-gd, php5-suhosin, php5-imap, proftpd-basic,
 proftpd-mod-mysql, mysql-client
Suggests: bind9, maildrop, courier-authlib-mysql
Conflicts: syscp (<
Description: system control panel for LAMP Servers
 SysCP is an easy-to-use system control panel for ISP web and mail servers. It
 provides an administration interface to set up customers, assign domains to
 them and configure those to have web space and mail accounts regulated by
 quotas. With SysCP, ISP customers can log in and manage their mail
 accounts, subdomains and other services on their own.
 SysCP supports Apache 2, lighttpd, ProFTPd, Postfix, Courier, Dovecot, MySQL
 and other common daemons an Internet service provider would need.

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