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@@ -3702,7 +3702,7 @@ running a service with "valgrind" or "gdb"
@item DEBUG Run in debug mode (much verbosity).
-@item AUTOSTART ARM will listen to UNIX domain socket and/or TCP port of
+@item START_ON_DEMAND ARM will listen to UNIX domain socket and/or TCP port of
the service and start the service on-demand.
@item FORCESTART ARM will always start this service when the peer
@@ -3716,7 +3716,7 @@ is started.
Options that impact the operation of ARM overall are in the "[arm]"
-section. ARM is a normal service and has (except for AUTOSTART) all of the
+section. ARM is a normal service and has (except for START_ON_DEMAND) all of the
options that other services do. In addition, ARM has the
following options:
@@ -8642,11 +8642,11 @@ In the following paragraph the important details are highlighted.
Announcing of the regular expressions is done by the
gnunet-daemon-regexprofiler, therefore you have to make sure it is
-started, by adding it to the AUTOSTART set of ARM:
+started, by adding it to the START_ON_DEMAND set of ARM:
@example
[regexprofiler]
-AUTOSTART = YES
+START_ON_DEMAND = YES
@end example
@noindent