File 0001-Change-the-configuration-of-the-cron-script-to-a-sys.patch of Package PackageKit

From 744da7ce30ec3ef1fc5e1a40a9ffab520315ab06 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Vincent Untz <vuntz@opensuse.org>
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2011 11:34:22 +0200
Subject: [PATCH 1/9] Change the configuration of the cron script to a
 sysconfig-like config

---
 contrib/cron/packagekit-background |   43 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++---------
 1 file changed, 33 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)

diff --git a/contrib/cron/packagekit-background b/contrib/cron/packagekit-background
index e5b5c9b..783e2df 100644
--- a/contrib/cron/packagekit-background
+++ b/contrib/cron/packagekit-background
@@ -1,18 +1,41 @@
-# should we attempt to do this? (valid: yes|no)
+## Path:	System/Cron/PackageKit
+## Description: Cron job to update the system daily with PackageKit
+
+## Type:	yesno
+## Default:	no
+#
+# Run the cron job.
+#
 ENABLED=no
 
-# don't install, just check (valid: yes|no)
+## Type:	yesno
+## Default:	no
+#
+# Check if updates are available, instead of installing.
+#
 CHECK_ONLY=no
 
-# if MAILTO is set, the mail command is used to deliver PackageKit output
-# by default MAILTO is unset, so crond mails the output by itself
-#MAILTO=root
+## Type:	string
+## Default:	""
+#
+# If MAILTO is set, the mail command is used to deliver PackageKit output.
+# By default MAILTO is unset, so crond mails the output by itself.
+#
+MAILTO=""
 
-# you may set SYSTEM_NAME if you want your PackageKit emails tagged 
-# differently default is output of hostname command
-#SYSTEM_NAME=""
+## Type:	string
+## Default:	""
+#
+# You may set SYSTEM_NAME if you want your PackageKit emails tagged differently.
+# Default is output of hostname command.
+#
+SYSTEM_NAME=""
 
-# update checks will sleep random time before contacting the servers to
+## Type:	integer
+## Default:	3600
+#
+# Update checks will sleep random time before contacting the servers to
 # avoid hammering them with thousands of request at the same time - this
-# is the maximum sleep time (in seconds) for the random wait period
+# is the maximum sleep time (in seconds) for the random wait period.
+#
 SLEEP_MAX=3600
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