Step 2: Creating a Configuration File

Using a text editor, create a configuration file named boomerang.cfg and include the configuration variables that can be specified for the Boomerang server. (Note: you can specify your own filename if desired). A sample file showing these variables and their default settings appears below:

# boomerang.cfg

# This file should be owned by root and only writeable by root:
# chown root boomerang.cfg 
# chmod 644 boomerang.cfg 

# Default port is 7770

# Default alias file is /etc/boomerang_alias.ini
BOOMERANG_ALIAS_FILE boomerang_alias.ini

#Default AcuAccess file is /etc/AcuAccess