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userv 1.2.0
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# Generally, if you want all your users to provide a service for your
# benefit but want them to be able to override your default setting,
# you should put it in this file but not use quit.  Eg:
#	if ( grep service-user-shell /etc/shells
#	   & glob service mail-delivery
#	   & glob calling-user mail
#	   )
#		reset
#		no-suppress-args
#		execute /usr/local/bin/procmail-wrapper
#	fi
# (procmail-wrapper could extract envelope information from the
# arguments and/or -D options and pass them to procmail.)

include-directory /etc/userv/default.d
include-lookup service /etc/userv/services.d

# If you want to force users to provide a particular service,
# then you can put it here and use `quit'.  Eg:
#	if ( grep service-user-shell /etc/shells
#	   & glob service cleanup-tmp
#	   )
#		reset
#		errors-to-syslog local4
#		execute /usr/local/bin/cleanup-tmp
#		no-set-environment
#		no-disconnect-hup
#		null-fd 0 read
#		null-fd 1-2 write
#		quit
#	fi
# Alternatively, you could put the same thing in system.override, with
# or without the quit.  In this case it's usually important to use
# reset, and also to note that now users can cause error messages
# which they could not do before (though due to the implied catch-quit
# around the user's rc file they wouldn't stop the service being
# executed).
#
# If you want to force all your users' services to have a particular
# property you should do it in system.override.  Eg, there put
#	set-environment
# to force them to run /etc/environment to have ulimits set up, even
# if they try not to.
#
# NB that doing this _won't_ affect things in system.default and
# earlier in system.override that use `quit'.