The format of "config.cf" is "variable = value syntax". If plural values are required, space or "\n\s" is a separator.
variable = value valiable = value1 value2 value3 variable = value1 value2 value3The syntax of files with the suffix .cf e.g. /etc/fml/main.cf , default_config.cf, is same.
$variable at the right hand is expanded. For example,
a = value1 b = $a/value2is expanded to
a = value1 b = value1/value2.
The variable expansion is done at the last. So, the following definitions
a = value1 b = $a/value2/$c c = value3 a = value4are expaned to
b = valu4/value2/value3since the last $a overwrites the previous one.
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