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How can I change the news site (url) that the trn program uses?

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It's defined in the access file. You can edit the system-wide settings in (probably) /usr/local/lib/trn/access.def or create a user-specific file in ~/.trn/access. You have to add the news server, then put it in a group:

[gmane]
NNTP server = news.gmane.org
# Auth User =
# Auth Password =

[group 1]
ID = gmane
Newsrc = ~/.trn/newsrc-gmane
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Another option is to make sure the NNTPSERVER environment variable is set to the hostname of the server you want to use (e.g. news.gname.org) prior to starting trn.

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