A file containing commands to modify the behaviour of a program. See Dot Files.
A file, created by an application program or by the operationg system, containing configuration information specific to your own computing environment. Application program config. files may have a file-name extension of CPG or SET; Window's config. files use the INI file-name extension.
A text file used by Windows Media Encoding Script that specifies the content to be encoded and the command-line options to be invoked.
A configuration file is an ASCII text file that contains settings for some or all of the reader's configuration parameters.
A file, created for an application program, that stores the choices you make when you install the program so that they are available each time the program starts.
An ASCII file of information that specifies characteristics of the image processing system such as which devices are present and the default pixel clock speed.
One or more text files containing MQ settings that are used to configure a broker. The properties are instance-specific or cluster-related.
an external file containing SAS system options. The options in the file are put into effect when the SAS System is invoked.
A specially-named PHP script file where local customizations can take place for a farm, a wiki, a group, or a page.
a free-form ASCII text file with a structure that is similar to that of a Makefile, default name Doxyfile
a property file containing system properties read by the runtime upon startup
a readable text file
a regular text file that can be modified with any text editor
a simple text file
a text file and can be edited with any text editor
a text file that contains OTT parameters
a text file that contains precompiler options
a file that defines the services that are available for Application Dispatcher applications. This file resides on the Web server, often in the same directory as the Application Broker.
The ServerRoot/conf/httpd.conf file, which contains the parameters that control Stronghold's behavior.
A system file that you change to customize the way your system behaves. Such files are sometimes referred to as customization files.
n. A file that specifies the characteristics of a system device or network.
A text file that stores parameters for the configuration-definition verbs in a manner that can be interpreted by the s2_init configuration process.
A file containing information for a computer or an application.
A file that is used to customize the properties of an application.
An unformatted ASCII file that stores device initialization information for an application.
A file containing configuration parameters for the device to be provisioned.
A file that specifies the site-specific characteristics of VM:Webgateway.
A file that describes the devices, optional features, communications parameters, and programs installed on a workstation. For Internet Connection Secure Server, the configuration file is named httpd.cnf and by default is put in the path specified on the SET ETC statement in your CONFIG.SYS file. The configuration file contains directives that define the various settings for the server.
A file that identifies how the data from the .data file is to be mapped to visualizer requirements. MineSet configuration files have the following possible suffixes: .treeviz, .scatterviz, .splatviz, .mapviz, .eviviz, .dtableviz, .statviz, and .clusterviz
A text file containing â†’ Directives that control the configuration of Apache. See: Configuration Files
The configuration.php file, found in the root directory of your Joomla! installation, contains global variable information specific to your own Joomla! installation, such as database user name, admin password, etc.
The configuration.php file, found in the joomla_root/ directory of your installation, contains Global Variable and Parameter settings specific to your web site. In addition there are various other controls, for example: the information needed by Joomla! to interact with the MySQL database.
A binary or ASCII file containing information that defines the behavior of an application, computer, or network device.
In computing, configuration files, or config files, are used to configure the initial settings for some computer programs. They are used for user applications, server processes and operating system settings. The files are often written in ASCII (rarely UTF-8) and line-oriented, with lines terminated by a newline or carriage return/line feed pair, depending on the operating system.