source: debian/i2p.templates @ 1fbf188

Last change on this file since 1fbf188 was c84dd52, checked in by zzz <zzz@…>, 4 years ago

Debian: Updates from the 0.9.24 release, including patch refresh, not checked in at the time.
Cherry-picked out of
https://launchpad.net/~i2p.packages/+archive/ubuntu/i2p/+files/i2p_0.9.24-1ubuntu1.debian.tar.xz
The files in http://deb.i2p2.no/pool/main/i/i2p/i2p_0.9.24-1~deb8u+1.debian.tar.xz
are somewhat different.
Note that some files out of that tarball are apparently older than what is in our debian/
directory and were not copied over.
Some of the changes may be for Ubuntu and will not work for Debian.
Kytv may have had a local debian/ directory for Ubuntu builds that was not checked in anywhere.
Untested. Another patch refresh for 0.9.25 may be required.
To be fixed up after the 0.9.25 release.

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1##Template: i2p/stop_running_router
2##Type: boolean
3##Default: false
4##_Description: Automatically stop I2P when there are upgrades?
5## To update this package the I2P router will need to be restarted.
6## Any activity on the I2P network will be briefly interrupted
7## during the upgrade.
8
9Template: i2p/daemon
10Type: boolean
11Default: false
12_Description: Should the I2P router be started at boot?
13 The I2P router can be run as a daemon that starts automatically
14 when your computer boots up. This is the recommended configuration.
15
16Template: i2p/user
17Type: string
18Default: i2psvc
19_Description: I2P daemon user:
20 By default I2P is configured to run under the account i2psvc when running
21 as a daemon. To use an **existing** I2P profile you may enter a different
22 account name here. For example, if your previous I2P installation is at
23 /home/user/i2p, you may enter 'user' here.
24 .
25 Very important: If a user other than the default of 'i2psvc' is entered
26 here, the chosen username *MUST* already exist.
27
28Template: i2p/memory
29Type: string
30Default: 128
31_Description: Memory that can be allocated to I2P:
32 By default, I2P will only be allowed to use up to 128MB of RAM.
33 .
34 High bandwidth routers, as well as routers with a lot of active torrents / plugins, may
35 need to have this value increased.
36
37Template: i2p/aa
38Type: boolean
39Default: true
40_Description: Should the I2P daemon be confined with AppArmor?
41 With this option enabled I2P will be sandboxed with AppArmor, restricting which files and
42 directories may be accessed by I2P.
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