T50 local INI files

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  • #7361
    yaMan
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    Hello

    There’s an option to use local ini files for configuration (System Settings -> INI Settings -> Use local INI files only)

    I wonder where should I put those files so they are read while booting.

    Thanks
    yaMan

    #22418
    duxbuz
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    I opened a terminal and ran: sudo find / -name *.ini

    I then ran : less /etc/wyseroot/wlx/wnos.ini

    I dont know if this is an old cached file thats used by default if no network is found, as my client has had a previous network connection

    Can not most of the settings can be done in the system settings gui and by entering edit mode ?

    #22426
    ConfGen
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    Right, most of the settings can be done locally through different interfaces. But in a bigger rollout you do not want to configure each client manually.

    CG

    #43015
    marcosdmm
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    where should I put the local ini file?

    #43024
    ConfGen
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    A local .ini is received once via the fileserer (webserver) and cached locally.
    From there on you can decide if the client should try to read a (maybe) updated .ini from the fileserver or always use the locally cached one.

    CG

    #43041
    marcosdmm
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    OK and where should I put my INI file in my ftp server?? It runs over Ubuntu

    #43046
    ConfGen
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    You should take a look in the T50 Admin Guide. Everything is described there.

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