12 June, 2000
bnetd.conf - configuration for the Unix Battle.net daemon
The file bnetd.conf contains information used by the Unix Battle.net daemon bnetd(1) to obtain system-specific information such as file locations and policies.
The file consists of a list of configuration entries and comments. A comment starts with a pound (#) sign and continues to the end of the line. Blank lines and whitespace are ignored between entries. A configuration entry is composed of two fields separated by an equals (=) sign:
|directive = value|
|The directive field contains the name of the configuration item you want to set to the value of value. If the value contains spaces it should be surrounded by quotation marks ("). The value may not contain quotation marks. Multiple entries are not allowed on a single line.|
|If the field is Boolean, any of true, false, yes, no, 1, or 0 may be used. If the field is numeric, it must be in base ten. If the field is an address list, it must be delimited by commas. Each element may contain a hostname (or IP) and a port number. If a port number is given, it must be preceded by a colon (:). A colon by itself may be used to represent the wildcard address. If the field is a file or directory path, use of an absolute pathname is recommended. The values for iconfile, tosfile, and mpqauthfile are not pathnames but just the names of the files. They must be in the filedir directory.|
|Recognized values for directive include:|