Configuration files (etc)

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The records Of configuration forman parte del sistema operativo de Deepin. Por lo tanto, contiene datos que has guardado por el centro del control o similares. En general, puedes comprobar en la carpeta (etc).

List of configuration files

Here we show the folder structure etc. Each folder contains certain configuration of a particular feature Deepin or GNU / Linux. Also, you can find more details on the wiki Deepin in Spanish.

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LocationDescription
/etc/aliasesAdds aliases (nicks) real names of email users.
/etc/bashrcFunctions and aliases available to all users, global environment variables in / etc / profile.
/etc/cron.dDir, custom cron files for specific programs.
/etc/cron.dailyOf Dir, user scripts or specific programs ejcutan every day, as defined in crontab.
/etc/cron.hourlyDir, user scripts or specific programs ejcutan every hour, as defined in crontab.
/etc/cron.monthlyOther once part of Dir, user scripts or specific programs each month ejcutan, as defined in crontab.
/etc/cron.weeklyDir, user scripts or specific programs ejcutan each week, as defined in crontab.
/etc/crontabControls cron files for individual users or for root.
/etc/deepinAs each GNU / LinuxIt contains exclusive details of that distribution. In this case, it is for Deepin.
/etc/exportsDefining directories to share via NFS file system network.
/etc/filesystemsIt is used to test the command file systems when a device with the auto option is mounted.
/etc/fstabList systems automatically mounted at system startup. We have a article about.
/etc/groupStores the group information system supplement / etc / passwd
/etc/gshadowSave passwords and information groups expiration thereof, similar to / etc / shadow

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/etc/host.confIt indicates that order as computer names or domain names are resolved.
/etc/hostsDefine names equating computers with IP addresses.
/etc/hosts.allowEstablishes a format access or access control list that teams can enter the system.
/etc/hosts.denyDefines a format for access or access control list that teams can not enter the system.
/etc/inittabConfiguration file for init command determines the level of implementation of the system and define startup scripts.
/etc/issueWelcome message for all consoles before login.
/etc/login.defsControls the user login settings (password, expiration, etc.) on systems that use / etc / shadow
/etc/logrotate.confSet the parameters logrotate program that simultaneously manages log files (logfiles).
/etc/mtabdynamic file containing a list of currently mounted file systems. Initialized by init and updated by mount.
/etc/motd"Message Of The Day" message displayed to all users after entering a terminal.
/etc/modprobe.d/It contains settings video cards, microcode and of net.
/etc/passwdThe database system user, name, home directory, user id, etc. It is complemented by passwords stored in / etc / shadow

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/etc/printcapConfiguration file for printers.
/etc/profileGlobal environment variables for all users. Functions and aliases go in / etc / bashrc
/etc/rc.dDir, directory containing the system boot scripts and directories ejecucción levels. Watch system services.
/etc/rc.d/init.dDir, scripts start / stop servers of different system programs. in some distros it is in /etc/init.d
/etc/rc.d/rc.localLast script that runs at system startup, is best suited to add our own startup script.
/etc/rc.d/rc0.dDir, startup scripts (Start) / stop (kill) when entering runlevel 0 (off the team).
/etc/rc.d/rc1.dOf Dir, startup scripts (Start) / stop (Kill) when it enters the run level 1 (single-user, single user).
/etc/rc.d/rc2.dDir, startup scripts (Start) / stop (Kill) when it enters run level 2 (multiuser).
/etc/rc.d/rc3.dOf Dir, startup scripts (Start) / stop (kill) when entering runlevel 3 (full network, multiuser).
/etc/rc.d/rc4.dDir, startup scripts (Start) / stop (Kill) when entering the Runlevel 4 (custom).
/etc/rc.d/rc5.dOf Dir, startup scripts (Start) / stop (Kill) when entering the runlevel 5 (X11 graphics mode, complete network, multiuser).
/etc/rc.d/rc6.dDir, startup scripts (Start) / stop (kill) when entering runlevel 6 (reboot).
/etc/resolv.confConfigures (s) address (es) of the domain name server that resolves to the team.
/etc/securettyIdentifies the terminal where the root user can log in.
/etc/servicesList of network services (TCP and UDP) according to the latest list of iana.org
/etc/shellsList of shell (command line) reliable.
/etc/shadowAdd to / etc / passwd, where the encrypted file and other data on the same system user password is stored.
/etc/sudoersList of users with special privileges root and commands they can run.
/etc/sysconfigDir, directory where configuration files are stored relating to equipment, keyboard, mouse, net, Etc.

Wildcards and final elements

/etc/ " /clockSet the time zone and other parameters of the date and time.
/etc/ " /i18nLC parameters (locale) and other internationalization as a measurement system, currency, phone codes, etc.
/etc/ " /initVariables control how the system starts.
/etc/ " /iptablesIptables takes by default this file to load the rules at boot time.
/etc/ " /networkglobal configuration variables network parameters. Watch Network Manager.
/etc/ " /networking/devicesDir, directory containing the configuration of network devices.
/etc/ " / " / " /ifcfg-eth0Each device (eth0, eth1, etc.) network has its configuration file variables.
/etc/sysctl.confConfiguration Variables Linux kernel.
/etc/syslog.confControl and configuration on site logging of system events.
/etc/termcapConfiguring terminal attributes or shell.
/etc/versionUsually the version number of the distro.

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