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George Notaras  committed 6a5898b

CLOSED #234: Add an example backend configuration in the distribution
http://www.codetrax.org/issues/show/234

No need to add a separate example backend configuration file, since the default configuration files for the internal backends are included by default in the distribution. Information in the configuration files was updated.

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File etc/backends.conf.d/bindata.conf.default

 #
 
 [main]
-recursive = 1
+# Descend into subdirectories (not implemented)
+#recursive = 1
+
+# paths - Accepts a comma-delimited list of glob expressions. Each expression
+# is expanded internally to file paths. Each file's content is passed through
+# the hashing algorithm.
 paths = 
 	/usr/local/sbin/*,
     /usr/local/bin/*,

File etc/backends.conf.d/binmeta.conf.default

 #
-# Configuration file for the binmeta backend of the TinyIDS client.
+# Configuration file for the 'binmeta' backend of the TinyIDS client.
 #
 
 [main]
-recursive = 1
+# Descend into subdirectories (not implemented)
+#recursive = 1
+
+# paths - Accepts a comma-delimited list of glob expressions. Each expression
+# is expanded internally to file paths. Each file's metadata is passed through
+# the hashing algorithm.
 paths = 
 	/usr/local/sbin/*,
     /usr/local/bin/*,

File etc/backends.conf.d/kernel.conf.default

 #
-# Configuration file for the kernel backend of the TinyIDS client.
+# Configuration file for the 'kernel' backend of the TinyIDS client.
 #
 
 [main]
+# commands - Accepts a comma-delimited list of system commands to be executed.
+# The output will be passed through the hashing algorithm. Make sure the
+# commands you run produce consistent output in two consecutive runs.
 commands = 
 	/sbin/lsmod
 

File etc/backends.conf.d/network.conf.default

 #
-# Configuration file for the network backend of the TinyIDS client.
+# Configuration file for the 'network' backend of the TinyIDS client.
 #
 
 [main]
+# commands - Accepts a comma-delimited list of system commands to be executed.
+# The output will be passed through the hashing algorithm. Make sure the
+# commands you run produce consistent output in two consecutive runs.
 commands = 
 	/bin/netstat -ltn,
     /sbin/iptables --list