# This -*- sh -*- script is a configuration file for Marionnet.
# Copyright (C) 2008 Luca Saiu
# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
# This file can be installed into /etc/marionnet to make a "global"
# site configuration, and each user can override some or all values
# in his/her private ~/.marionnet file.
# Each user can also override these settings by defining the same
# variables in the shell environment, before launching Marionnet.
# The name of the Unix socket used to communicate with the Marionnet
# The name of the bridge used for Marionnet (To do: this should change)
# The keyboard layout for virtual machines starting in Xnest mode:
# You should leave this set as "false" if you are not developing Marionnet:
# Helper programs used for opening documents in the Énoncé tab:
# Optional prefix for vde executables (the prefix may be a path with a trailing
# slash, part of the a file name, or both (with a slash between the path and
# the file name part)):
# It is possible to choose the Terminal used by Marionnet to launch virtual
# host, it is necessary to specify option used to choose title and option
# used to execute a command in the Terminal, separated by comma (by default
# "xterm,-T,-e" is used), you can see examples below or use the "--help"
# switch to know options of your Terminal
# It is possible to override the installation path, or the directory containing
# UML kernels and UML filesystems defined at compile-time;
# this is particularly useful for packagers or non-root
# users who want to setup Marionnet without writing to system paths.
# Leave this alone if you're not sure whether you need this.
# No trailing slashes.
# Variants could be saved in this local directory
# The router filesystem must have a filename starting with the prefix "router-" and
# ending with the value of this variable; if the variable is not specified its default
# value is assumed to be "default":
# Default for the factory-set configuration address for routers
# Force the Marionnet's temporary working directory.
# Note that this directory must reside on a filesystem supporting sparse files
# (reiserfs, reiser4, ext4, ext4dev, ext3, ext2, udf, ntfs, jfs, ufs, tmpfs,
# vxfs and xiafs are accepted)
# Note also that Marionnet will choose the first suitable directory in the list:
# $MARIONNET_TMPDIR, $TMPDIR, /tmp, /var/tmp, $PWD, ~/tmp, ~/
# Disable warnings:
# When this flag is "true", all intermediate snapshots are also saved in the
# .mar project, not only the most recent ones. In order to save disk space and
# time leave this flag to "false":
# Force the timezone for virtual machines: