Blonde Guy

Suntan Special version 0.66

Suntan Special for Broadband edition

Settings List

This section describes all of the settings used by Suntan Special for Broadband. Each setting can be changed using the settings editor. By making the choices before running Suntan Special, many of the application installs will be unattended, speeding the running of Suntan Special and reducing the chance of errors.

Setting Name Definition
appsDir  Suntan Special installs applications to an applications directory. Each application is installed in a subdirectory of the applications directory. Enter the name of the applications directory.
archiveDir  Suntan Special will install any needed operating system fixes. The fix process requires a backup and an archive directory to store the files replaced in the fix process.
AutoCheckUpdates  Suntan Special will check for updates by contacting the Blonde Guy website at program startup. Set to 0 to disable the check. If the check is disabled, Suntan Special will check for updates only when the Refresh button.
ba2000key  Enter the location of the file containing the Back Again/2000 license information, which should have come with the product. Suntan Special will display this file so you may copy the information to the registration screen.
backupDir  Suntan Special will install any needed operating system fixes. The fix process requires a backup and an archive directory to store the files replaced in the fix process.
batchmode  When a sequence is executed in Suntan Special, each application listed is installed, one after another. Specify "Normal" to keep this behavior, and "SingleStep" to put up a dialog before each application.
cdLetter  Suntan Special needs to access a CD-ROM drive. If you need to force Suntan Special to use a particular CD-ROM, enter the drive letter to use with that CD-ROM. Leave this entry blank to let Suntan Special choose the CD-ROM drive letter.
cvsHomeDir  CVS (Concurrent Versioning System) needs a home directory to store its files. This is likely to be off your personal coding directory.
devFolderID  When Suntan Special installs a development application, it moves the program object or folder to a global Development folder. Specify the Object ID of the global Development folder to be used for this purpose.
devFolderName  When Suntan Special installs a development application, it moves the program object or folder to a global Development folder. Specify the name of the global Development folder to be used for this purpose.
devFolderParent  When Suntan Special installs a development application, it moves the program object or folder to a global Development folder. Specify the Parent ID of the global Development folder to be used for this purpose.
DFSeeKey  DFSee requires a license key file. Enter the name of the license key file. Leave they key filename blank to run DFSee unlicensed.
dhcpnetname  DHCP server configuration requires a network name. Enter the network name for your network. This name will be used only for DHCP services.
dhcprangehigh  DHCP server configuration requires a range of ip addresses to give. to clients. The range should be inside your subnet. The current subnet is 192.168.1.0 and the current subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. The start of the range is 192.168.1.65. Enter the end of the range for your subnet.
dhcprangelow  DHCP server configuration requires a range of ip addresses to give. to clients. The range should be inside your subnet. The current subnet is 192.168.1.0 and the current subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. Enter the start of the range for your subnet.
dhcpsubnet  DHCP server configuration requires a subnet. Enter the subnet, ending with .0, for the subnet for your network. Together with a subnet mask, this will determine your subnet.
dhcpsubnetmask  DHCP server configuration requires a subnet mask. Enter the subnet, mask, for the subnet for your network. Together with a subnet (currently 192.168.1.0), this will determine your subnet.
domain  Suntan Special will create an automatic login object. Enter the domain name for the login object. If this computer is not part of a domain, then this entry must be blank.
DropboxClientKey  When Suntan Special installs the Dropbox plugin, it can display a text file with the license key obtained from the vendor. Enter the name of the text file with this information.
FC2Key  File Commander/2 requires a license key. Enter the name of the license key file.
ftpdrc  When Suntan Special installs Peter Moylan's ftpserver, it can copy the configuration file, ftpdrc, to the product directory. To keep the default configuration of ftpserver, leave this entry blank. Enter the name of your ftpdrc file.
gamesFolderID  When Suntan Special installs an application that is a game, it moves the program object or folder to the games folder. Specify the object ID of the games folder to be used for this purpose.
gamesFolderName  When Suntan Special installs an application that is a game, it moves the program object or folder to the games folder. Specify the name of the games folder to be used for this purpose.
gamesFolderParent  When Suntan Special installs an application that is a game, it moves the program object or folder to the games folder. Specify the parent ID of the games folder to be used for this purpose.
gcjavalicense  Enter the location of the key file for Golden Code Java version 1.4.1. This license file is obtained from Golden Code Development. Installation of Golden Code Java will not proceed without this key.
helpFolder  Suntan Special will copy help files to a common help folder. Enter the Object ID of the help folder.
hostname  Specify the hostname of this computer. Hostname is used by the WebSphere scripts to control urls for testing and configuration.
hostsFile  Suntan Special will copy this hosts file into the %etc% directory. The hosts file is part of TCP/IP which allows the computer to locate other computers without looking them up on the name server.
ijfireKey  Suntan Special will install InJoy Firewall. If you are a registered user, Suntan Special will enter your registration automatically. Enter the name of a file containing your registration information.
injoydialerkey  Enter the location of the key file for Injoy Dialer version 1.4. This software is protected by a key (without the key it works for 30 days).
java2Home  OS/2 Kit for Java mimics the IBM Java implementations for OS/2 and defaults the user.home system property to the Java home (java.home) directory. If you want to override this setting, enter your value here.
marscfg  Enter the location of the configration file for mars. The configuration file has your name and key in it, as modified according to e-mail from SNoA. You may take the mars.cfg file from a previous installation of mars.
Mesa2Key  Mesa2 requires a license key. Enter the name of the license key file.
mozillaHome  Suntan Special will install the Mozilla family of web browsers. It is best to store the profile away from the code, to facilitate a smooth upgrade from version to version of Warpzilla. Enter the directory to be used to store those profiles.
mozillaPluginDir  Suntan Special will install the Mozilla family of web browsers. To specify a common directory to use for plugins fill in a value for the mozilla plugin directory. This directory will be shared. by each browser.
ndfskey  Enter the location of the file containing the NetDrive 3.x license information, which should have come by e-mail. When installing NetDrive, Suntan Special will display this file so you may copy the information to the registration application.
nosaRootDir  The Netlabs Open Source Archive client needs a root directory to store its files. This is likely to be your personal coding directory.
OpenOfficeKey  When Suntan Special installs OpenOffice.org version 1.x, it can display a text file with the license key obtained from the vendor. Enter the name of the text file containing the license key.
OpenOfficeUser  OpenOffice.org 2.0 requires a user name to be set by default. This default user name will be stored in the USER environment variable.
passwdFile  Suntan Special will copy this tcp/ip password file into the %etc% directory. The tcp/ip password file is part of TCP/IP which specifies account information for all users.
password  Suntan Special will create an automatic login object. Enter the password for the login object. If you do not use the File and Print Client or LAN Server, then this entry must be blank.
pauseTime  Suntan Special sequences are written with pause commands after reboot commands. Set pauseTime to the number of seconds Suntan Special is to wait using the pause command.
phoneHomeURL  You can query the Suntan Special Server for updates to software and applications. This setting names one of the files this version of Suntan Special retrieves from the server.
phonePassword  You can query the Suntan Special Server for updates to software and applications. This setting represents the password this version of Suntan Special uses to authenticate with the server.
phoneUser  You can query the Suntan Special Server for updates to software and applications. This setting represents the username this version of Suntan Special uses to authenticate with the server.
PMMailAccounts  PMMail/2 uses an accounts directory to hold its data. The accounts directory is located under the PMMail directory unless the user specifies otherwise. If a separate accounts directory is to be used, enter the location here. The spell check dictionaries will be stored under the accounts directory. Leave the entry blank to use the default location.
PMViewKey  When Suntan Special installs PMView, it can display a text file with the license key obtained from the vendor. Enter the name of the text file with this information.
polarbarMailDir  Suntan Special will install an icon to launch the Polarbar mailer. If you have a current Polarbar installation, enter the location here and Suntan Special will create an icon to launch it.
programFolderID  When Suntan Special installs an application, it moves the program object or folder to a global Programs folder. Specify the object ID of the global Programs folder to be used for this purpose.
programFolderName  When Suntan Special installs an application, it moves the Programs object or folder to a global Programs folder. Specify the name of the global Programs folder to be used for this purpose.
programFolderParent  When Suntan Special installs an application, it moves the program object or folder to a global Programs folder. Specify the parent ID of the global Programs folder to be used for this purpose.
resolvFile  Suntan Special will copy this resolv file into the %etc% directory. The resolv file is part of TCP/IP which specifies the name servers.
rsjCDString  Suntan Special will install RSJ CD-Writer. If you have a special CD-RW setup string to add to the cddrv.inf file, Suntan Special will add it automatically. Enter the CD-ROM setup string.
rsjKey2File  Suntan Special will install RSJ CD-Writer. If you are upgrading RSJ, you need to have the key for the prior version of RSJ, license key, which is usually a file named "CDWFS.KEY". Enter the name of the prior version license key file.
rsjKeyFile  Suntan Special will install RSJ CD-Writer. If you have a RSJ license key, which is usually a file named "CDWFS.KEY". Enter the name of the license key file.
saveWebApps  Suntan Special will save applications that it downloads to the setup directory if saveWebApps is set to 1. Set saveWebApps to 0 (zero) to make Suntan Special delete any downloaded applications after installation is complete.
setupDir  Suntan Special maintains a software repository of the setup programs of applications that it can install. The setup directory is where applications are copied from the Suntan Special CD-ROM during installation. If the SaveWebApps setting is set, Suntan Special saves applications that it retrieves from the server in the setup directory.
showLocalApps  Suntan Special will show the availablity of applications to be installed from the Local System. Set showLocalApps to 1 (one) to make Suntan Special show locally stored applications.
ShowSuccessDialog  Suntan Special will show a dialog for 10 seconds after the successful installation of any application. Set to 0 to disable showing the dialog, or to 1 to enable showing the dialog.
showWebApps  Suntan Special will show the availablity of applications to be installed from the Web. Set showWebApps to 1 (one) to make Suntan Special show web applications.
snapKeyCode  Suntan Special will install SciTech SNAP Graphics. If you are a registered user, enter the SNAP key code, and Suntan Special will register SNAP Graphics automatically.
snapKeyName  Suntan Special will install SciTech SNAP Graphics. If you are a registered user, enter the SNAP key name, and Suntan Special will register SNAP Graphics automatically.
sourceDir  Suntan Special installs applications from a number of source directories. These directories are examined in the order listed for the requested application.
tempDir  Suntan Special will create and use a temporary directory. The temporary directory will be used for installers that need space that is used only during the install. The TEMP and TMP environment variables will be updated to the temporary directory.
turboMode  Suntan Special will reboot the computer as many times as needed to install all the software specified. Set turboMode to to 0 to make Suntan Special to display a message before rebooting the computer.
unixroot  This is the directory to be used as the root of the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS). This is required to be just the drive letter followed by a colon (such as C:) and this designates the root of the drive will be used as the FHS root.
username  Suntan Special will create an automatic login object. Enter the username for the login object. If you do not use the File and Print Client or LAN Server, then this entry must be blank.
userPPDDir  This is the directory to be used to hold all the user Printer Definition Files (PPD). These are used by the psprint installation to install psprint postscript driver with the user printers included.
useRSJ  Suntan Special can use RSJ CD-Writer to access the CD-ROM drive. If you are using RSJ CD-Writer to access the CD-ROM, enter the drive letter to use with RSJ CD-Writer. Leave this entry blank if you do not use RSJ.
utilDir  Suntan Special creates one directory to hold all the extra command line utilities that it installs. Enter a value if you wish to override the default setting.
vpckey  Enter the location of the file containing the Connectix VPC license information, which should have come with the product. When installing VPC, Suntan Special will display this file so you may copy the information to the registration application.
vslickkey  Enter the location of the file containing the Visual Slickedit license information, which should have come with the product. When installing Visual Slickedit, Suntan Special will display this file.
weaselcfg  Enter the location of the Weasel ini file. If you have a previous Weasel installation to migrate to this computer, Suntan Special will copy the weasel.ini file from the old installation.
Last Modified: 29 Jan 2017
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