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authorGravatar Ricardo Martincoski <ricardo.martincoski@gmail.com>2018-04-01 02:08:44 -0300
committerGravatar Thomas Petazzoni <thomas.petazzoni@bootlin.com>2018-04-01 08:01:05 +0200
commitd3de010481fdb0aa9719d4ae64e413ea7c59c400 (patch)
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system/Config.in: re-wrap help text
... to follow the convention <tab><2 spaces><62 chars>. Signed-off-by: Ricardo Martincoski <ricardo.martincoski@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Thomas Petazzoni <thomas.petazzoni@bootlin.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'system')
-rw-r--r--system/Config.in122
1 files changed, 64 insertions, 58 deletions
diff --git a/system/Config.in b/system/Config.in
index 7b36516cc7..d14a864ca5 100644
--- a/system/Config.in
+++ b/system/Config.in
@@ -92,9 +92,9 @@ config BR2_TARGET_GENERIC_PASSWD_SHA512
help
Use SHA512 to encode passwords.
- Extremely strong, but not ubiquitous, although available in glibc
- for some time now. Choose only if you are sure your C library
- understands SHA512 passwords.
+ Extremely strong, but not ubiquitous, although available in
+ glibc for some time now. Choose only if you are sure your C
+ library understands SHA512 passwords.
endchoice # Passwd encoding
@@ -219,9 +219,9 @@ config BR2_ROOTFS_MERGED_USR
is the historical UNIX way. In this case, /usr can be a
filesystem on a partition separate from / .
- If you say 'y' here, then /bin, /sbin and /lib will be symlinks
- to their counterparts in /usr. In this case, /usr can not be a
- separate filesystem.
+ If you say 'y' here, then /bin, /sbin and /lib will be
+ symlinks to their counterparts in /usr. In this case, /usr can
+ not be a separate filesystem.
config BR2_TARGET_ENABLE_ROOT_LOGIN
bool "Enable root login with password"
@@ -230,10 +230,10 @@ config BR2_TARGET_ENABLE_ROOT_LOGIN
help
Allow root to log in with a password.
- If not enabled, root will not be able to log in with a password.
- However, if you have an ssh server and you add an ssh key, you
- can still allow root to log in. Alternatively, you can use sudo
- to become root.
+ If not enabled, root will not be able to log in with a
+ password. However, if you have an ssh server and you add an
+ ssh key, you can still allow root to log in. Alternatively,
+ you can use sudo to become root.
config BR2_TARGET_GENERIC_ROOT_PASSWD
string "Root password"
@@ -242,25 +242,28 @@ config BR2_TARGET_GENERIC_ROOT_PASSWD
help
Set the initial root password.
- If set to empty (the default), then no root password will be set,
- and root will need no password to log in.
+ If set to empty (the default), then no root password will be
+ set, and root will need no password to log in.
- If the password starts with any of $1$, $5$ or $6$, it is considered
- to be already crypt-encoded with respectively md5, sha256 or sha512.
- Any other value is taken to be a clear-text value, and is crypt-encoded
- as per the "Passwords encoding" scheme, above.
+ If the password starts with any of $1$, $5$ or $6$, it is
+ considered to be already crypt-encoded with respectively md5,
+ sha256 or sha512. Any other value is taken to be a clear-text
+ value, and is crypt-encoded as per the "Passwords encoding"
+ scheme, above.
- Note: "$" signs in the hashed password must be doubled. For example,
- if the hashed password is "$1$longsalt$v35DIIeMo4yUfI23yditq0",
- then you must enter it as "$$1$$longsalt$$v35DIIeMo4yUfI23yditq0"
- (this is necessary otherwise make would attempt to interpret the $
- as a variable expansion).
+ Note: "$" signs in the hashed password must be doubled. For
+ example, if the hashed password is
+ "$1$longsalt$v35DIIeMo4yUfI23yditq0", then you must enter it
+ as "$$1$$longsalt$$v35DIIeMo4yUfI23yditq0" (this is necessary
+ otherwise make would attempt to interpret the $ as a variable
+ expansion).
WARNING! WARNING!
The password appears as-is in the .config file, and may appear
- in the build log! Avoid using a valuable password if either the
- .config file or the build log may be distributed, or at the
- very least use a strong cryptographic hash for your password!
+ in the build log! Avoid using a valuable password if either
+ the .config file or the build log may be distributed, or at
+ the very least use a strong cryptographic hash for your
+ password!
choice
bool "/bin/sh"
@@ -375,10 +378,10 @@ config BR2_TARGET_GENERIC_REMOUNT_ROOTFS_RW
default y
help
The root filesystem is typically mounted read-only at boot.
- By default, buildroot remounts it in read-write mode early during the
- boot process.
- Say no here if you would rather like your root filesystem to remain
- read-only.
+ By default, buildroot remounts it in read-write mode early
+ during the boot process.
+ Say no here if you would rather like your root filesystem to
+ remain read-only.
If unsure, say Y.
config BR2_SYSTEM_DHCP
@@ -391,8 +394,9 @@ config BR2_SYSTEM_DHCP
If left empty, no automatic DHCP requests will take place.
- For more complicated network setups use an overlay to overwrite
- /etc/network/interfaces or add a networkd configuration file.
+ For more complicated network setups use an overlay to
+ overwrite /etc/network/interfaces or add a networkd
+ configuration file.
comment "automatic network configuration via DHCP needs ifupdown or busybox or networkd"
depends on !(BR2_PACKAGE_BUSYBOX || BR2_PACKAGE_IFUPDOWN || BR2_PACKAGE_SYSTEMD_NETWORKD)
@@ -468,18 +472,19 @@ config BR2_TARGET_TZ_ZONELIST
help
Space-separated list of time zones to compile.
- The value "default" includes all commonly used time zones. Note
- that this set consumes around 5.5M for glibc and 2.1M for uClibc.
+ The value "default" includes all commonly used time zones.
+ Note that this set consumes around 5.5M for glibc and 2.1M for
+ uClibc.
- The full list is the list of files in the time zone database source,
- not including the build and .tab files.
+ The full list is the list of files in the time zone database
+ source, not including the build and .tab files.
config BR2_TARGET_LOCALTIME
string "default local time"
default "Etc/UTC"
help
- The time zone to install as the default local time, expressed as a
- tzdata location, such as:
+ The time zone to install as the default local time, expressed
+ as a tzdata location, such as:
Etc/UTC (the default)
GMT
Europe/Paris
@@ -506,24 +511,24 @@ config BR2_ROOTFS_OVERLAY
root filesystem after the build has finished and before it is
packed into the selected filesystem images.
- They are copied as-is into the rootfs, excluding files ending with
- ~ and .git, .svn and .hg directories.
+ They are copied as-is into the rootfs, excluding files ending
+ with ~ and .git, .svn and .hg directories.
config BR2_ROOTFS_POST_BUILD_SCRIPT
string "Custom scripts to run before creating filesystem images"
default ""
help
- Specify a space-separated list of scripts to be run after the build
- has finished and before Buildroot starts packing the files into
- selected filesystem images.
+ Specify a space-separated list of scripts to be run after the
+ build has finished and before Buildroot starts packing the
+ files into selected filesystem images.
- This gives users the opportunity to do board-specific cleanups,
- add-ons and the like, so the generated files can be used directly
- without further processing.
+ This gives users the opportunity to do board-specific
+ cleanups, add-ons and the like, so the generated files can be
+ used directly without further processing.
- These scripts are called with the target directory name as first
- argument. Make sure the exit code of those scripts are 0, otherwise
- make will stop after calling them.
+ These scripts are called with the target directory name as
+ first argument. Make sure the exit code of those scripts are
+ 0, otherwise make will stop after calling them.
config BR2_ROOTFS_POST_FAKEROOT_SCRIPT
string "Custom scripts to run inside the fakeroot environment"
@@ -548,8 +553,9 @@ config BR2_ROOTFS_POST_FAKEROOT_SCRIPT
to create arbitrary entries statically in /dev
- BR2_ROOTFS_DEVICE_TABLE
- to set arbitrary permissions as well as extended attributes
- (such as capabilities) on files and directories,
+ to set arbitrary permissions as well as extended
+ attributes (such as capabilities) on files and
+ directories,
- BR2_ROOTFS_USERS_TABLES:
to create arbitrary users and their home directories
@@ -581,16 +587,16 @@ config BR2_ROOTFS_POST_SCRIPT_ARGS
|| BR2_ROOTFS_POST_FAKEROOT_SCRIPT != "" \
|| BR2_ROOTFS_POST_IMAGE_SCRIPT != ""
help
- Pass these additional arguments to each post-build or post-image
- scripts.
+ Pass these additional arguments to each post-build or
+ post-image scripts.
- Note that all the post-build and post-image scripts will be passed
- the same set of arguments, you can not pass different arguments to
- each script.
+ Note that all the post-build and post-image scripts will be
+ passed the same set of arguments, you can not pass different
+ arguments to each script.
- Note also, as stated in their respective help text, that the first
- argument to each post-build or post-image script is the target
- directory / images directory. The arguments in this option will be
- passed *after* those.
+ Note also, as stated in their respective help text, that the
+ first argument to each post-build or post-image script is the
+ target directory / images directory. The arguments in this
+ option will be passed *after* those.
endmenu