DESCRIPTIONThe file /etc/incron.conf contains default settings for the program incrond. Each line holds a single value pair in the form option = value. Comment lines must have a hash sign (#) in the first line.
The valid configuration options are:
- This directory is examined by incrond for system table files. Default:/etc/incron.d
- This directory is examined by incrond for user table files. Default:/var/spool/incron
- This file contains users allowed to use incron. Default:/etc/incron.allow
- This file contains users denied to use incron. Default:/etc/incron.deny
- This directory is used for creating a lock avoiding to run multiple instances of incrond. Default:/var/run
- This name (appended by '.pid') is used for creating a lock avoiding to run multiple instances of incrond. Default:incrond
- This name or path is used to run as an editor for editing incron tables. Default no editor is given, system editor used, this option overide this.
AUTHORLukas Jelinek <[email protected]> (please report bugs to http://bts.aiken.cz or <[email protected]>).
COPYINGThis program is free software. It can be used, redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2.