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460b9539 1Template: disorder/roots
2Type: string
4Description: Audio directories
5 Enter the list of directories that contain audio files (e.g. MP3 or OGG
6 files) separated by spaces.
8Template: disorder/encoding
9Type: string
6a7ef209 10Default: UTF-8
460b9539 11Description: Filesystem encoding
12 Enter your filesystem's character encoding. Check rather than
13 guessing if you are not sure.
15Template: disorder/scratches
16Type: string
17Default: /usr/share/disorder/slap.ogg /usr/share/disorder/scratch.ogg
18Description: Scratch files
19 Enter a list of files to be played when a track is scratched, separated
20 by spaces. Leave this blank if you don't want any scratch sounds.
21 All filenames should be absolute path names.
23Template: disorder/server-name
24Type: string
25Default: localhost
26Description: Web server hostname
27 Enter the hostname that the web interface will appear under.
29Template: disorder/port
30Type: string
31Default: none
32Description: Port number for clients to connect to
33 Enter the port number that the server should listen on for clients. This
34 can be set to 'none' to permit only local clients or a port number for
35 remote clients to connect to, e.g. using Disobedience.