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# The format of this file is name <whitespace> value
# Comment lines, obviously, start with `#'.  Blank lines are also
# ignored.

# INSTALLATION DIRECTORIES

# Where to put locally-modified executable post_faq script.
bindir		/usr/bin

# Where to put perl library files that the post_faq script needs
libdir		/usr/share/post-faq

# Where to put locally-modified post_faq documentation.
mandir		/usr/share/man/man1

# The path of the program (usually inews, but sometimes others) to
# which to feed the prepared article
# 
# If you want to call inews with arguments (e.g., if you want to
# suppress signature inclusion with INN inews by passing it the "-S"
# argument), then don't add the arguments here.  Instead, either (a)
# create a wrapper script which calls inews with the appropriate
# arguments, and put it here, or (b) modify post_faq.pl.base to
# include the extra argument(s) (search for "-h" in the file and add
# the other arguments there).
inews		/usr/bin/inews

# SITE INFORMATION

# Path for PERL interpreter
perl		/usr/bin/perl

# The the file where to look for the host name to put into Message IDs
# after the '@'
idhostfile	/etc/mailname

# The file name where to look for the NNTP server (if not using
# NNTP, this setting does not matter)
serverfile	/etc/news/server

# PACKAGE CONFIGURATION INFORMATION

# The default posting interval; if 0, post whenever the script is run
interval	0

# If nonempty, local maintainer
maintainer	

# Signature file to append to postings, or "none" for none
sigfile		none

# If you want Expires searching to be enabled by default on cron-like
# intervals (see the man page), set this to 1.  Otherwise, set it to
# undef.
expire_search	undef