extmap.conf man page

extmap.conf — Configuration file used by afpd(8) to specify file name extension mappings.

Synopsis

@pkgconfdir@/extmap.conf

Description

@pkgconfdir@/extmap.conf is the configuration file used by afpd to specify file name extension mappings.

The configuration lines are composed like:

.extension [ type [ creator ] ]

Any line beginning with a hash (“#”) character is ignored. The leading-dot lines specify file name extension mappings. The extension '.' sets the default creator and type for otherwise untyped Unix files.

Examples

Example. Extension is jpg. Type is "JPEG". Creator is "ogle".

.jpg "JPEG" "ogle"

Example. Extension is lzh. Type is "LHA ". Creator is not defined.

.lzh "LHA "

See Also

afp.conf(5), afpd(8)

Referenced By

afp.conf(5), afpd(8).

19 Jan 2013 3.1.12