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monotone for Debian
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In order to use the monotone-server package, the server should first be
configured in the /etc/monotone/write-permissions,
/etc/monotone/read-permissions, and /etc/default/monotone files.  The server
will not start until this is done.

The read-permissions and write-permissions files are in the standard format as
specified in the monotone manual.  The /etc/default/monotone file contains
options such as what interface the server should listen on and what branches it
should serve.

The /var/lib/monotone/default.mtn database will only be removed if the
monotone-server package is purged (it is left intact upon normal package
removal).

 -- Matthew A. Nicholson <matt@matt-land.com> Tue, 6 Dec 2005 7:38:00 -0600