The information in this chapter is not intended to be complete, as many of these files have a variety of options that are only used in very specific or rare circumstances.
file defines custom options for the automatic mounting of devices.
When it must install a new version, it calculates the checksum of the currently installed file and if it doesn’t match anymore, it knows that the user has edited the file.
It is therefore very important to first select the configuration files that should not be automatically updated.
They are installed on the micro SD card in electronics board named Sunbeam. Please keep the original file in a separate disk location, especially while editing or upgrading config and firmware files.
However, the results are not intended to precisely match the results of a wipe-and-reload installation.It implements version 4 of the Network Time Protocol (NTP).For more information about what parameters are available for this file, use a Web browser to view the following file: daemon listens for router requests and sends router advertisements for the IP version 6 protocol.This file controls the operation of the automount daemons, which automatically mount file systems when you use them and unmount them after a period of inactivity.File systems can include network file systems, CD-ROMs, diskettes, and other media.For more information about what parameters are available in this file, refer to the file allows messages to be sent to one or more clients, routing the messages over whatever networks are necessary. Its default values are set to run as a background daemon and to check its queue each hour in case something has backed up.