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       This  man  page  describes  the  format of all isdn config


       Empty lines are ignored.

       If a # is encountered, this character and the rest of  the
       line  is  ignored  (it's  considered  a  comment). You can
       prepend a backslash \ to prevent this and use the #  char­

       If the last character of a line is a backslash \, the next
       line is a continuation of the current line.

       The file format is like smb.conf  or  win.ini:  there  are
       sections and entries within the section. However, the syn­
       tax was expanded with subsections; these can be nested  as
       often as you like.

       All whitespace (space and tabs) at the end of the line are

       Section and entry names are case insensitive.

       Values are case sensitive, of course  (the  case  is  pre­

       Section  and  entry  names  may  not  use  the  characters
       "*?|&/"; if one of these is encountered, it is ignored.

       At the beginning of the line you may use as  much  whites­
       pace as you like.

       A section has the format "[" NAME "]". You may use whites­
       pace between the braces and the name, or none at all.

       An entry has the format  ENTRY  "="  VALUE.  You  may  use
       whitespace  before  and  after  the equal sign, or none at

       A subsection starts with ENTRY "=" "{"  and ends with "}".
       You  may use sections, entries and subsections between the
       start and the end tag.

       Beware: unlike samba or windows the semicolon is not  used
       for comments !

       You  can use INCLUDE(File) to include a file. If the file­
       name is not absolute,  it's  considered  relative  to  the
       directory  of  the including document. You may use it any­
       where in a file, but there may be no space  characters  in

ISDN 4 Linux 3.3            2000/09/15              isdnformat(5)
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