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NAME

       latd.conf - LAT configuration file

SYNOPSIS

       /etc/latd.conf

DESCRIPTION

       /etc/latd.conf is a shell script (run by /bin/sh) that is run when latd
       is started up using the latcp -s command.
       It contains commands used to customise lat for your  site  and  usually
       consists of a list of latcp commands.
       latd.conf  is  run  with  a minimal PATH and a minimal environment. The
       variable $LATCP points to the latcp binary used to invoke the script.

   EXAMPLE
          # /etc/latd.conf
          # This is a sample configuration file for latd
          # it is run as s shell script from latcp -s with a minimal
          # environment and PATH. latcp should be invoked using the
          # environment variable $LATCP.
          #
          # You can fiddle with all the latd parameters you like in here,
          # the first service announcement will not be made until this
          # script completes.
          #

          # Set the multicast timeout to 30 seconds
          $LATCP -m 30

          # Add another login service
          $LATCP -A -a ZAPHOD -r 100

          # Add a queued reverse LAT service to a printer on a DECserver
          $LATCP -A -p /dev/lat/printer -Hdecserver -Vdecserver -Q

          # Only advertise our service in groups 1-10 and 200
          $LATCP -G 1-10,200

          exit

   SEE ALSO
       latcp(8), latd(8)



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