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Configuration file for FAI's main script fai. Also used by fai-setup, and make-fai-nfsroot.

Sample configuration file

# /etc/fai/fai.conf -- configuration for FAI (Fully Automatic Installation)

# how to access the fai config space
# If undefined here, make-fai-nfsroot/fai-setup will use default value
# nfs://<install server>/$FAI_CONFIGDIR
# supported URL-types: nfs, file, cvs, cvs+ssh, svn+file, svn+http,
# git, git+http, hg+http

# LOGUSER: an account on the install server which saves all log-files
# and which can change the kernel that is booted via network.
# Configure .rhosts for this account and PAM, so that root can log in
# from all install clients without password. This account should have
# write permissions for /srv/tftp/fai. For example, you can use write
# permissions for the group linuxadm. chgrp linuxadm /srv/tftp/fai;chmod
# g+w /srv/tftp/fai. If the variable is undefined, this feature is disabled.
# Define it, to enable it, eg. LOGUSER=fai

# set protocol type for saving logs. Values: ssh, rsh, ftp

# Access to Debian mirror via NFS mounted directory
# If FAI_DEBMIRROR is defined, install clients mount it to $MNTPOINT
#FAI_DEBMIRROR=yournfs debianmirror:/path/to/debianmirror

# The following variables are read only for almost every user.
# Do not change them unless you know what you are doing!

# mount point where the mirror will be mounted

# the local configuration directory on the install client

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