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Re: man pure-ftpd wrapper



On Sun, Jun 27, 2004 at 09:16:10AM +0200, Gérard Delafond wrote:
> Bonjour

Bonjour,
 
> Quelqu'un pourrait m'envoyer l'original ?

Il est attaché en format pod :)

> Question subsidiaire : je le garde chez moi, ou je renvoie la traduction pour 
> intégration chez Debian ?
 
Étant donné que c'est le responsable du paquet qui fournit ce script, je pense
qu'il faudrait l'inclure dans le cvs debian. Envoie moi la page, je l'incluerai
dans le cvs et je contacterai le traducteur pour le prévenir/
 
-- 
Au fond, je me donne des règles pour être totalement libre.
	-+- Georges Perec (1936-1982), Olipien -+-
=head1 NAME

pure-ftpd-wrapper - configures and starts Pure-FTPd daemon

=head1 SYNOPSIS

pure-ftpd-wrapper

=head1 DESCRIPTION

B<pure-ftpd-wrapper> reads the configuration for the Pure-FTPd daemon
from files in the directory F</etc/pure-ftpd/conf>. Each file in this
directory is related to a command line option. No more than one
line with configuration values is allowed. Empty lines or lines
starting with the comment character C<#> are discarded.

The Pure-FTPd daemon allows to use different authentication methods
together. The authentication methods are tried in the order they are
specified on the command line. In order to achieve the same flexibility
with files in the F</etc/pure-ftpd> directory, B<pure-ftpd-wrapper>
checks all valid symbolic links within the directory F</etc/pure-ftpd/auth>
in alphabetical order. E.g., a link in this directory pointing to
F</etc/pure-ftpd/conf/PureDB> would enable authentication against
a PureDB database.

There are no means to configure the I<PIDFile> setting, it is hardwired
to /var/run/pure-ftpd/pure-ftpd.pid in this script.

=head1 CONFIGURATION

=head2 Boolean values

The strings C<Yes>,C<1>,C<On> enable the corresponding commandline option
(case doesn't matter). To disable the option use C<No>,C<0> or C<Off>.

Configuration files containing boolean values are C<AllowAnonymousFXP>,
C<AllowDotFiles>, C<AllowUserFXP>, C<AnonymousCanCreateDirs>,
C<AnonymousCantUpload>, C<AnonymousOnly>, C<AntiWarez>, C<AutoRename>,
C<BrokenClientsCompatibility>, C<CallUploadScript>, C<ChrootEveryone>,
C<CreateHomeDir>, C<CustomerProof>, C<Daemonize>, C<DisplayDotFiles>,
C<DontResolve>, C<IPV4Only>, C<KeepAllFiles>, C<LogPID>, C<NATmode>,
C<NoAnonymous>, C<NoChmod>, C<NoRename>, C<PAMAuthentication>,
C<ProhibitDotFilesRead>, C<ProhibitDotFilesWrite>, C<UnixAuthentication>
and C<VerboseLog>.

=head2 Numerical values

There are several types of numerical values (one number, two numbers
one or two numbers, two octal numbers).

=over 4

=item One number

C<MaxClientsNumber>, C<MaxClientsPerIP>, C<MaxDiskUsage>, C<MaxIdleTime>,
C<MaxLoad>, C<MinUID>, C<TLS>, C<TrustedGID>.

=item Two numbers

C<AnonymousRatio>, C<LimitRecursion>, C<PassivePortRange>, 
C<PerUserLimits>, C<Quota>, C<UserRatio>.

=item One or two numbers

C<AnonymousBandwidth>, C<UserBandwidth>.

=item Two octal numbers

C<Umask>.

=back

=head2 String values

=over

=item Arbritrary strings

C<AltLog>, C<Bind>, C<ForcePassiveIP>.

=item Words

C<SyslogFacility>.

=head2 IP values

C<TrustedIP>.

=head2 File values

These values designate an existing file or socket.

=over

=item File

C<FortunesFile>, C<LDAPConfigFile>, C<MySQLConfigFile>, C<PureDB>.

=item Socket

C<ExtAuth>.

=back







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