Conduit for Debian
When installed, Debconf generates the configuration of the homeserver
(host)name, the address and port it listens on. This configuration ends up in
You can tweak more detailed settings by uncommenting and setting the variables
in /etc/matrix-conduit/conduit.toml. This involves settings such as the maximum
file size for download/upload, enabling federation, etc.
The package uses the matrix-conduit.service systemd unit file to start and
stop Conduit. It loads the configuration file mentioned above to set up the
environment before running the server.
This package assumes by default that Conduit will be placed behind a reverse
proxy such as Apache or nginx. This default deployment entails just listening
on 127.0.0.1 and the free port 6167 and is reachable via a client using the URL
At a later stage this packaging may support also setting up TLS and running
stand-alone. In this case, however, you need to set up some certificates and
renewal, for it to work properly.