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* doc/guix.texi (Build Systems):
(Base Services):
(X Window):
(Printing Services):
(Mail Services):
(Messaging Services):
(LDAP Services):
(Virtualization Services):
(Version Control Services): Use @samp, @code and double quotes where
appropriate.
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@ -6099,8 +6099,8 @@ implements a build procedure for Android NDK (native development kit)
packages using a Guix-specific build process.
The build system assumes that packages install their public interface
(header) files to the subdirectory "include" of the "out" output and
their libraries to the subdirectory "lib" of the "out" output.
(header) files to the subdirectory @file{include} of the @code{out} output and
their libraries to the subdirectory @file{lib} the @code{out} output.
It's also assumed that the union of all the dependencies of a package
has no conflicting files.
@ -6802,8 +6802,8 @@ kernel module.
@end table
It is possible and useful to specify the Linux kernel to use for building
the module (in the "arguments" form of a package using the
linux-module-build-system, use the key #:linux to specify it).
the module (in the @code{arguments} form of a package using the
@code{linux-module-build-system}, use the key @code{#:linux} to specify it).
@end defvr
@defvr {Scheme Variable} node-build-system
@ -12427,7 +12427,7 @@ man page for more information.
@item @code{tty}
The name of the console this agetty runs on, as a string---e.g.,
@code{"ttyS0"}. This argument is optional, it will default to
@code{"ttyS0"}. This argument is optional, it will default to
a reasonable default serial port used by the kernel Linux.
For this, if there is a value for an option @code{agetty.tty} in the kernel
@ -12462,7 +12462,7 @@ in automatically without prompting for their login name or password.
When @code{#t}, don't reset terminal cflags (control modes).
@item @code{host} (default: @code{#f})
This accepts a string containing the "login_host", which will be written
This accepts a string containing the ``login_host'', which will be written
into the @file{/var/run/utmpx} file.
@item @code{remote?} (default: @code{#f})
@ -12568,8 +12568,8 @@ This option accepts a string of additional characters that should be
interpreted as backspace when the user types their login name.
@item @code{kill-characters} (default: @code{#f})
This option accepts a string that should be interpreted to mean "ignore
all previous characters" (also called a "kill" character) when the user
This option accepts a string that should be interpreted to mean ``ignore
all previous characters'' (also called a ``kill'' character) when the user
types their login name.
@item @code{chdir} (default: @code{#f})
@ -12585,7 +12585,7 @@ This option accepts, as an integer, the nice value with which to run the
@command{login} program.
@item @code{extra-options} (default: @code{'()})
This option provides an "escape hatch" for the user to provide arbitrary
This option provides an ``escape hatch'' for the user to provide arbitrary
command-line arguments to @command{agetty} as a list of strings.
@end table
@ -14691,15 +14691,15 @@ The default SLiM theme and its name.
@deftp {Data Type} sddm-configuration
This is the data type representing the sddm service configuration.
This is the data type representing the SDDM service configuration.
@table @asis
@item @code{display-server} (default: "x11")
Select display server to use for the greeter. Valid values are "x11"
or "wayland".
Select display server to use for the greeter. Valid values are
@samp{"x11"} or @samp{"wayland"}.
@item @code{numlock} (default: "on")
Valid values are "on", "off" or "none".
Valid values are @samp{"on"}, @samp{"off"} or @samp{"none"}.
@item @code{halt-command} (default @code{#~(string-apppend #$shepherd "/sbin/halt")})
Command to run when halting.
@ -14708,7 +14708,8 @@ Command to run when halting.
Command to run when rebooting.
@item @code{theme} (default "maldives")
Theme to use. Default themes provided by SDDM are "elarun", "maldives" or "maya".
Theme to use. Default themes provided by SDDM are @samp{"elarun"},
@samp{"maldives"} or @samp{"maya"}.
@item @code{themes-directory} (default "/run/current-system/profile/share/sddm/themes")
Directory to look for themes.
@ -15196,9 +15197,9 @@ Defaults to @samp{#f}.
@deftypevr {@code{cups-configuration} parameter} string classification
Specifies the security classification of the server. Any valid banner
name can be used, including "classified", "confidential", "secret",
"topsecret", and "unclassified", or the banner can be omitted to disable
secure printing functions.
name can be used, including @samp{"classified"}, @samp{"confidential"},
@samp{"secret"}, @samp{"topsecret"}, and @samp{"unclassified"}, or the
banner can be omitted to disable secure printing functions.
Defaults to @samp{""}.
@end deftypevr
@ -15400,7 +15401,7 @@ Defaults to @samp{()}.
@deftypevr {@code{method-access-controls} parameter} access-control-list access-controls
Access control directives, as a list of strings. Each string should be
one directive, such as "Order allow,deny".
one directive, such as @samp{"Order allow,deny"}.
Defaults to @samp{()}.
@end deftypevr
@ -15481,7 +15482,7 @@ Defaults to @samp{0}.
@deftypevr {@code{cups-configuration} parameter} non-negative-integer max-job-time
Specifies the maximum time a job may take to print before it is
canceled, in seconds. Set to 0 to disable cancellation of "stuck" jobs.
canceled, in seconds. Set to 0 to disable cancellation of ``stuck'' jobs.
Defaults to @samp{10800}.
@end deftypevr
@ -17216,12 +17217,12 @@ if the user doesn't yet have any mail, so you should explicitly tell
Dovecot the full location.
If you're using mbox, giving a path to the INBOX
file (e.g.@: /var/mail/%u) isn't enough. You'll also need to tell Dovecot
where the other mailboxes are kept. This is called the "root mail
directory", and it must be the first path given in the
file (e.g.@: @file{/var/mail/%u}) isn't enough. You'll also need to tell Dovecot
where the other mailboxes are kept. This is called the @emph{root mail
directory}, and it must be the first path given in the
@samp{mail-location} setting.
There are a few special variables you can use, eg.:
There are a few special variables you can use, e.g.:
@table @samp
@item %u
@ -17258,31 +17259,31 @@ Defaults to @samp{""}.
@deftypevr {@code{dovecot-configuration} parameter} string mail-privileged-group
Group to enable temporarily for privileged operations. Currently
this is used only with INBOX when either its initial creation or
dotlocking fails. Typically this is set to "mail" to give access to
/var/mail.
dotlocking fails. Typically this is set to @samp{"mail"} to give access to
@file{/var/mail}.
Defaults to @samp{""}.
@end deftypevr
@deftypevr {@code{dovecot-configuration} parameter} string mail-access-groups
Grant access to these supplementary groups for mail processes.
Typically these are used to set up access to shared mailboxes. Note
that it may be dangerous to set these if users can create
symlinks (e.g.@: if "mail" group is set here, ln -s /var/mail ~/mail/var
could allow a user to delete others' mailboxes, or ln -s
/secret/shared/box ~/mail/mybox would allow reading it).
Defaults to @samp{""}.
that it may be dangerous to set these if users can create symlinks
(e.g.@: if @samp{mail} group is set here, @code{ln -s /var/mail ~/mail/var}
could allow a user to delete others' mailboxes, or @code{ln -s
/secret/shared/box ~/mail/mybox} would allow reading it). Defaults to
@samp{""}.
@end deftypevr
@deftypevr {@code{dovecot-configuration} parameter} boolean mail-full-filesystem-access?
Allow full file system access to clients. There's no access checks
other than what the operating system does for the active UID/GID. It
works with both maildir and mboxes, allowing you to prefix mailboxes
names with e.g.@: /path/ or ~user/.
names with e.g.@: @file{/path/} or @file{~user/}.
Defaults to @samp{#f}.
@end deftypevr
@deftypevr {@code{dovecot-configuration} parameter} boolean mmap-disable?
Don't use mmap() at all. This is required if you store indexes to
Don't use @code{mmap()} at all. This is required if you store indexes to
shared file systems (NFS or clustered file system).
Defaults to @samp{#f}.
@end deftypevr
@ -17300,7 +17301,7 @@ When to use fsync() or fdatasync() calls:
@item optimized
Whenever necessary to avoid losing important data
@item always
Useful with e.g.@: NFS when write()s are delayed
Useful with e.g.@: NFS when @code{write()}s are delayed
@item never
Never use it (best performance, but crashes can lose data).
@end table
@ -17367,10 +17368,10 @@ Defaults to @samp{50}.
@deftypevr {@code{dovecot-configuration} parameter} colon-separated-file-name-list valid-chroot-dirs
List of directories under which chrooting is allowed for mail
processes (i.e.@: /var/mail will allow chrooting to /var/mail/foo/bar
processes (i.e.@: @file{/var/mail} will allow chrooting to @file{/var/mail/foo/bar}
too). This setting doesn't affect @samp{login-chroot}
@samp{mail-chroot} or auth chroot settings. If this setting is empty,
"/./" in home dirs are ignored. WARNING: Never add directories here
@samp{/./} in home dirs are ignored. WARNING: Never add directories here
which local users can modify, that may lead to root exploit. Usually
this should be done only if you don't allow shell access for users.
<doc/wiki/Chrooting.txt>.
@ -17379,11 +17380,11 @@ Defaults to @samp{()}.
@deftypevr {@code{dovecot-configuration} parameter} string mail-chroot
Default chroot directory for mail processes. This can be overridden
for specific users in user database by giving /./ in user's home
directory (e.g.@: /home/./user chroots into /home). Note that usually
for specific users in user database by giving @samp{/./} in user's home
directory (e.g.@: @samp{/home/./user} chroots into @file{/home}). Note that usually
there is no real need to do chrooting, Dovecot doesn't allow users to
access files outside their mail directory anyway. If your home
directories are prefixed with the chroot directory, append "/."@: to
directories are prefixed with the chroot directory, append @samp{/.} to
@samp{mail-chroot}. <doc/wiki/Chrooting.txt>.
Defaults to @samp{""}.
@end deftypevr
@ -18490,7 +18491,7 @@ Curve for Elliptic curve Diffie-Hellman. Prosody's default is
@end deftypevr
@deftypevr {@code{ssl-configuration} parameter} maybe-string-list verifyext
A list of "extra" verification options.
A list of ``extra'' verification options.
@end deftypevr
@deftypevr {@code{ssl-configuration} parameter} maybe-string password
@ -18578,7 +18579,7 @@ example if you want your users to have addresses like
@samp{"john.smith@@example.com"} then you need to add a host
@samp{"example.com"}. All options in this list will apply only to this host.
Note: the name "virtual" host is used in configuration to avoid confusion with
Note: the name @emph{virtual} host is used in configuration to avoid confusion with
the actual physical host that Prosody is installed on. A single Prosody
instance can serve many domains, each one defined as a VirtualHost entry in
Prosody's configuration. Conversely a server that hosts a single domain would
@ -18624,7 +18625,7 @@ Multi-user chat (MUC) is Prosody's module for allowing you to create
hosted chatrooms/conferences for XMPP users.
General information on setting up and using multi-user chatrooms can be found
in the "Chatrooms" documentation (@url{https://prosody.im/doc/chatrooms}),
in the ``Chatrooms'' documentation (@url{https://prosody.im/doc/chatrooms}),
which you should read if you are new to XMPP chatrooms.
See also @url{https://prosody.im/doc/modules/mod_muc}.
@ -19699,11 +19700,12 @@ Defaults to @samp{"nslcd"}.
@deftypevr {@code{nslcd-configuration} parameter} log-option log
This option controls the way logging is done via a list containing
SCHEME and LEVEL. The SCHEME argument may either be the symbols "none"
or "syslog", or an absolute file name. The LEVEL argument is optional
and specifies the log level. The log level may be one of the following
symbols: "crit", "error", "warning", "notice", "info" or "debug". All
messages with the specified log level or higher are logged.
SCHEME and LEVEL. The SCHEME argument may either be the symbols
@samp{none} or @samp{syslog}, or an absolute file name. The LEVEL
argument is optional and specifies the log level. The log level may be
one of the following symbols: @samp{crit}, @samp{error}, @samp{warning},
@samp{notice}, @samp{info} or @samp{debug}. All messages with the
specified log level or higher are logged.
Defaults to @samp{("/var/log/nslcd" info)}.
@ -23585,7 +23587,7 @@ Defaults to @samp{()}.
@deftypevr {@code{libvirt-configuration} parameter} string tls-priority
Override the compile time default TLS priority string. The default is
usually "NORMAL" unless overridden at build time. Only set this is it
usually @samp{"NORMAL"} unless overridden at build time. Only set this is it
is desired for libvirt to deviate from the global default settings.
Defaults to @samp{"NORMAL"}.
@ -23719,11 +23721,12 @@ x:+name
where @code{name} is a string which is matched against the category
given in the @code{VIR_LOG_INIT()} at the top of each libvirt source
file, e.g., "remote", "qemu", or "util.json" (the name in the filter can
be a substring of the full category name, in order to match multiple
similar categories), the optional "+" prefix tells libvirt to log stack
trace for each message matching name, and @code{x} is the minimal level
where matching messages should be logged:
file, e.g., @samp{"remote"}, @samp{"qemu"}, or @samp{"util.json"} (the
name in the filter can be a substring of the full category name, in
order to match multiple similar categories), the optional @samp{"+"}
prefix tells libvirt to log stack trace for each message matching name,
and @code{x} is the minimal level where matching messages should be
logged:
@itemize @bullet
@item
@ -24141,7 +24144,7 @@ expose repositories over the Git protocol for anonymous access.
The optional @var{config} argument should be a
@code{<git-daemon-configuration>} object, by default it allows read-only
access to exported@footnote{By creating the magic file
"git-daemon-export-ok" in the repository directory.} repositories under
@file{git-daemon-export-ok} in the repository directory.} repositories under
@file{/srv/git}.
@end deffn
@ -24808,7 +24811,7 @@ Defaults to @samp{"a fast webinterface for the git dscm"}.
@deftypevr {@code{cgit-configuration} parameter} string root-readme
The content of the file specified with this option will be included
verbatim below the "about" link on the repository index page.
verbatim below the ``about'' link on the repository index page.
Defaults to @samp{""}.
@ -24825,8 +24828,8 @@ Defaults to @samp{""}.
If set to @samp{#t} and repository-directory is enabled,
repository-directory will recurse into directories whose name starts
with a period. Otherwise, repository-directory will stay away from such
directories, considered as "hidden". Note that this does not apply to
the ".git" directory in non-bare repos.
directories, considered as ``hidden''. Note that this does not apply to
the @file{.git} directory in non-bare repos.
Defaults to @samp{#f}.
@ -24889,7 +24892,7 @@ Defaults to @samp{""}.
@end deftypevr
@deftypevr {@code{cgit-configuration} parameter} integer summary-branches
Specifies the number of branches to display in the repository "summary"
Specifies the number of branches to display in the repository ``summary''
view.
Defaults to @samp{10}.
@ -24898,14 +24901,14 @@ Defaults to @samp{10}.
@deftypevr {@code{cgit-configuration} parameter} integer summary-log
Specifies the number of log entries to display in the repository
"summary" view.
``summary'' view.
Defaults to @samp{10}.
@end deftypevr
@deftypevr {@code{cgit-configuration} parameter} integer summary-tags
Specifies the number of tags to display in the repository "summary"
Specifies the number of tags to display in the repository ``summary''
view.
Defaults to @samp{10}.
@ -24997,7 +25000,7 @@ Defaults to @samp{""}.
@deftypevr {@code{repository-cgit-configuration} parameter} repo-string defbranch
The name of the default branch for this repository. If no such branch
exists in the repository, the first branch name (when sorted) is used as
default instead. By default branch pointed to by HEAD, or "master" if
default instead. By default branch pointed to by HEAD, or ``master'' if
there is no suitable HEAD.
Defaults to @samp{""}.
@ -25158,7 +25161,7 @@ Defaults to @samp{""}.
@deftypevr {@code{repository-cgit-configuration} parameter} repo-string readme
A path (relative to repo) which specifies a file to include verbatim as
the "About" page for this repo.
the ``About'' page for this repo.
Defaults to @samp{""}.
@ -25297,7 +25300,7 @@ A value like @code{#o0027} will give read access to the group used by Gitolite
like cgit or gitweb.
@item @code{git-config-keys} (default: @code{""})
Gitolite allows you to set git config values using the "config" keyword. This
Gitolite allows you to set git config values using the @samp{config} keyword. This
setting allows control over the config keys to accept.
@item @code{roles} (default: @code{'(("READERS" . 1) ("WRITERS" . ))})

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