BLTK.CONF(5) Battery life tool kit configuration BLTK.CONF(5)

NAME bltk.conf - config file for bltk

DESCRIPTION bltk.conf may be used to control particular features of bltk. By default, bltk looks for the file in /etc direcotry.

FORMAT The format of bltk.conf is very simple. Each line is either a comment or a directive. Comment lines start with a # and are ignored. A direc- tive line has the format:

option=value

It is important to note that it is an error to put any space between the option, = and value.

Each setting has a compiled in default which may be modified in the configuration file.

BOOLEAN OPTIONS Below is a list of boolean options. The value for a boolean option may be set to YES or NO.

CHK_INSTALLED If set to YES, existance of .installed files is checked for.

WL_OFFICE_ENABLED Controls whether office workload is enabled.

WL_OFFICE_EXTERN Controls whether external sources are used to build workload application.

WL_PLAYER_ENABLED Controls whether player workload is enabled

WL_PLAYER_EXTERN Controls whether external sources are used to build workload application.

WL_READER_ENABLED Controls whether reader workload is enabled.

WL_READER_EXTERN Controls whether external sources are used to build workload application.

STRING OPTIONS BLTK_HOME This option specifies the location of BLTKs home directory. This directory is used as starting directory for saving results and temporary files.

SOFFICE_PROG This option specifies an application to be started when office workload is used.

WL_OFFICE_WORKING_DIR The option specifies working directory for office workload.

BLTK_PLAYER_PROG The option replaces default aplication to be used for playing audio/video

BLTK_PLAYER_FILE The option replaces default source to be played.

BLTK_READER_PROG The option replaces default aplication to be used for reading a document.

BLTK_READER_FILE The option replaces default document to be read.

SEE ALSO bltk(1)

AUTHOR jskala@redhat.com

BLTK.CONF 15 July 2009 BLTK.CONF(5)