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+# This is an example of config, the main configuration file for Taylor
+# UUCP. To use it, you must compile the package with
+# HAVE_TAYLOR_CONFIG set to 1 in policy.h (that is the default), copy
+# this file to newconfigdir as set in Makefile.in (the default is
+# /usr/local/conf/uucp), and edit it as appropriate for your system.
+
+# You need not use this file at all; all the important commands have
+# defaults which will be used if this file can not be found.
+
+# Everything after a '#' character is a comment. To uncomment any of
+# the sample lines below, just delete the '#'.
+
+# You must choose a UUCP name. If your system is going to be
+# communicating with other systems outside your organization, the name
+# must be unique in the entire world. The usual method is to pick a
+# name, and then search the UUCP maps (in the newsgroup
+# comp.mail.maps) to see whether it has already been taken. See the
+# README posting in comp.mail.maps for more information. If the name
+# of your system as returned by "uuname -n" or "hostname" is the name
+# you want to use, you do not need to set the name in this file.
+# Otherwise uncomment and edit the following line.
+# nodename uucp # The UUCP name of this system
+
+# The default spool directory is set in policy.h (the default is
+# /usr/spool/uucp). All UUCP jobs and status information are kept in
+# the spool directory. If you wish to change it, use the spool
+# command.
+# spool /usr/spool/uucp # The UUCP spool directory
+
+# The default public directory is set in policy.h (the default is
+# /usr/spool/uucppublic). Remote systems may refer to a file in this
+# directory using "~/FILE". By default, the public directory is the
+# only directory which remote systems may transfer files in and out
+# of. If you wish to change the public directory, use the pubdir
+# command.
+# pubdir /usr/spool/uucppublic # The UUCP public directory
+
+# The names of the UUCP log files are set in policy.h. The default
+# names depend on the logging option you have chosen. If
+# HAVE_TAYLOR_LOGGING is set in policy.h, the default log file name is
+# /usr/spool/uucp/Log, the default statistics file name is
+# /usr/spool/uucp/Stats, and the default debugging file name is
+# /usr/spool/uucp/Debug. These file names may be set by the following
+# commands.
+# logfile /usr/spool/uucp/Log # The UUCP log file
+# statfile /usr/spool/uucp/Stats # The UUCP statistics file
+# debugfile /usr/spool/uucp/Debug # The UUCP debugging file
+
+# uuxqt is the program which executes UUCP requests from other
+# systems. Normally one is started after each run of uucico, the
+# communications daemon. You may control the maximum number of uuxqt
+# programs run at the same time with the following command. The
+# default is to have no maximum.
+# max-uuxqts 1 # The maximum number of uuxqts
+
+# There are several files that uucico uses. By default it looks for
+# them in newconfigdir, as set in Makefile.in. You may name one or
+# more of each type of file using the following commands.
+# sysfile FILES # Default "sys"
+# portfile FILES # Default "port"
+# dialfile FILES # Default "dial"
+# dialcodefile FILES # Default "dialcode"
+# callfile FILES # Default "call"
+# passwdfile FILES # Default "passwd"
+
+# The ``timetable'' command may be used to declare timetables. These
+# may then be referred to in time strings in the other files.
+# timetable Day Wk0905-1655
+
+# The ``unknown'' command is followed by any command which may appear
+# in a sys file. These commands are taken together to describe what
+# is permitted to a system which is not listed in any sys file. If
+# the ``unknown'' command, then unknown systems are not permitted to
+# connect.
+
+# Here is an example which permits unknown systems to download files
+# from /usr/spool/anonymous, and to upload them to
+# /usr/spool/anonymous/upload.
+#
+# No commands may be executed (the list of permitted commands is empty)
+# unknown commands
+# The public directory is /usr/spool/anonymous
+# unknown pubdir /usr/spool/anonymous
+# Only files in the public directory may be sent; users may not download
+# files from the upload directory
+# unknown remote-send ~ !~/upload
+# May only upload files into /usr/spool/anonymous/upload
+# unknown remote-receive ~/upload