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       gnunet.conf - GNUnet client configuration file




       GNUnet   uses   two   configuation   files,  one  for  user  interfaces
       (gnunet.conf)  and  one  for  the  server  (gnunetd)   and   associated
       administrative  tools.   This man page describes the configuration file
       for the clients.

       ~/.gnunet/gnunet.conf is the default  location  for  the  configuration
       file  used  by  the  gnunet clients (such as gnunet-gtk, gnunet-insert,
       gnunet-search, etc.).   Use gnunet-setup to create  the  configuration.
       The defaults should work fine for most users.

       The  configuration  file  is  used  to  allow users to customize GNUnet
       according  to  their  needs.   The  user   configuration   allows   the
       specification of personal options, such as the nickname in the chat.

       The  basic  structure  of the configuration file is the following.  The
       file is split into sections.  Every section begins  with  [SECTIONNAME]
       and contains a number of options of the form OPTION=VALUE.  Empty lines
       and lines beginning with a #  are  treated  as  comments.   Almost  all
       options  are  optional  and  the tools resort to reasonable defaults if
       they are not present.


              GNUnet client (per local user) configuration file


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       gnunet-setup(1), gnunetd.conf(5), gnunet-update(1)