Remove remaining host.conf(5) traces.
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984263bc 1$FreeBSD: src/share/examples/etc/README.examples,v 1.5.2.2 2001/07/25 16:00:55 dd Exp $
5f5dc2b9 2$DragonFly: src/share/examples/etc/README.examples,v 1.3 2008/07/08 14:04:11 thomas Exp $
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4The /usr/share/examples/etc directory contains the original
5distribution versions of the files which are shipped in /etc. This is
6intended to make it easy to recover when the /etc versions are
7accidentally deleted or broken beyond repair.
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9Description of files below and their use is generally found in manual
10section 5 or section 8, so eg. crontab is described in crontab(5);
11which can be accessed by `man 5 crontab'.
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13This directory contains the following files:
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15amd.map - configuration file for amd(8)
16apmd.conf - configuration file for apmd(8)
17auth.conf - authentication capability database
18crontab - system scheduled command table
19csh.cshrc - system-wide .cshrc for csh(1)
20csh.login - system-wide .login for csh(1)
21csh.logout - system-wide .logout for csh(1)
22devices.conf - ownership and permission for device nodes
23dhclient.conf - DHCP client configuration file
24disktab - disk description file
984263bc 25dm.conf - configuration file for games (see dm(6))
5f5dc2b9 26dntpd.conf - configuration file for dntpd(8)
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27fbtab - configuration file for login(1)
28ftpusers - user restriction file for ftpd(8)
29gettytab - defines port configuration for getty(8)
5f5dc2b9 30group - group permissions file
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31hosts - host name database
32hosts.allow - host access control configuration (see tcpd(8))
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33hosts.equiv - defines system-wide trusted hosts (see ruserok(3))
34hosts.lpd - defines trusted hosts for lpd(8)
35inetd.conf - configuration file for inetd(8)
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36locate.rc - configuration file for locate(1)
37login.access - configuration file for login(8)
38login.conf - login class capabilities database
984263bc 39mail.rc - systemwide initialization files for mail(1)
984263bc 40manpath.config - configuration file for man(1)
5f5dc2b9 41modems - modem configuration database
984263bc 42motd - sample Message of the Day
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43network.subr - subroutines for network rc(8) scripts
44networks - network name database
45newsyslog.conf - configuration for system log file rotator
46nsmb.conf - smbfs configuration file (see mount_smbfs(8))
47opieaccess - OPIE(4) database of trusted networks
984263bc 48pam.conf - configuration file for pam(8)
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49pccard_ether - confiuration script for ethernet pccards
50pf.conf - configuration file for pf(4)
51pf.os - operating system fingerprint file for pf(4)
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52phones - phone number database for tip(1)
53printcap - configuration file for lpr(1)
984263bc 54profile - system-wide .profile for sh(1)
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55protocols - protocol name database
56rc - system startup script
984263bc 57rc.firewall - setup system for ipfw(8)
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58rc.firewall6 - setup system for ip6fw(8)
59rc.resume - run command for APM / ACPI resume event
60rc.sendmail - sendmail(8) rc script
61rc.shutdown - system shutdown script
62rc.subr - subroutines for rc(8) scripts
63rc.suspend - run command for APM / ACPI suspend event
984263bc 64remote - configuration file for tip(1)
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65rpc - rpc program number database
66sensorsd.conf - configuration file for sensorsd(8)
67services - service name data base
68shells - list of configurable shells
69skey.access - configuration file for skey(1)
70sysctl.conf - kernel state defaults
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71syslog.conf - configuration file for syslogd(8)
72ttys - defines port configuration for init(8)
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73usbd.conf - configuration file for usbd(8)
74defaults/ - directory containing default configuration files
75defaults/rc.conf - system configuration default info
76defaults/make.conf - system build default information
77defaults/periodic.conf - default configuration file for periodic(8)
78defaults/uuids - default list of UUIDs and names (see uuid(3))