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Skeleton files

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The appliance's configuration is normally defined only by it's [[configuration file]]. It's however possible to edit parameters not available in the configuration file by creating so-called skeleton files.
Consider for example the SSH server. It is started by setting the <tt> * system { ssh-server</tt> in the configuration. It can also be configured slightly by adding attributes, such as setting <tt> * system { ssh-server { port 22 * system { ssh-server { listen-address "10.0.0.1"</tt>. The experienced BSD administrator realizes UNIX administrators may guess that the SSH server is in fact OpenSSH's <tt>sshd</tt>, and that even more advanced configuration should be possible. Yes, indeed.
== Adding skeleton files ==

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