In early development, this file was automatically copied and renamed during install, however Stop creating by default supersedes the early method.
In other words, don't ever worry about default./ unless something tells you otherwise.
In order for Drupal to work, you have to configure where the database is, what the database is called, and the database credentials to access the database.
This information is stored in the file which is located in: The file is common to Drupal 6, 7 and 8 When you first extract Drupal, it doesn't come with a file, instead it comes with default.
If you have other constraints, Rabbit MQ provides three general ways to customise the server: , which in turn over-ride Rabbit MQ built-in defaults.
It is unlikely you will need to set any of these environment variables.
Ports for client-to-site system communication over HTTP or HTTPS can be changed during Setup or in the Site Properties for your Configuration Manager site.
Other variables upon which Rabbit MQ depends are: allows the Rabbit MQ core application, Erlang services and Rabbit MQ plugins to be configured.
New to Drupal 8 in the sites/default folder, is a file named default.
Just like default.settings.php, default.has to be renamed in order to work.
config lime network option primary_interface eth0 option bmx6_over_batman option main_ipv4_address '192.0.2.0/24' option main_ipv6_address '2001:db8::%M5:%M6/64' option bmx6_mtu '1398' list protocols adhoc list protocols lan list protocols anygw list protocols batadv:%N1 list protocols bmx # list protocols static:192.168.100.2/24 # list protocols olsr:14 # list protocols olsr # list protocols olsr # list resolvers 126.96.36.199 # list resolvers 2060::8844 List of protocols configured by Li Me, some of these require the relative package "lime-proto-…".
Note that if you set here some protocols, you overwrite the whole list of protocols set in /etc/config/lime-defaults.