dhcp3 3.1.3-2ubuntu3.4 source package in Ubuntu

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dhcp3 (3.1.3-2ubuntu3.4) lucid-security; urgency=low

  * debian/dhclient-script.linux: Explicitly set the PATH to that of
    ENV_SUPATH in /etc/login.defs and unset various other variables. We need
    to do this so /sbin/dhclient cannot abuse the environment to escape
    AppArmor confinement via this script. Don't worry about
    debian/dhclient-script.udeb or debian/dhclient-script.kfreebsd since
    AppArmor isn't used in these environments.
    - LP: #1045986
  * debian/patches/adjust-configure-for-linux3.dpatch: default to linux-2.2
    for 3.0+ kernels
 -- Jamie Strandboge <email address hidden>   Wed, 05 Sep 2012 10:58:55 -0500

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Jamie Strandboge on 2012-09-05
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dhcp-client: DHCP client transitional package

 This is the client from version 3 of the Internet Software
 Consortium's implementation of DHCP. For more information visit
 http://www.isc.org.
 .
 This is a dummy package to aid in transitioning from the v2 dhcp-client package
 to the v3 dhcp3-client package.
 .
 This dummy package may be safely removed after upgrading to lenny

dhcp3-client: DHCP client

 This is the client from version 3 of the Internet Software
 Consortium's implementation of DHCP. For more information visit
 http://www.isc.org.
 .
 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a protocol like BOOTP
 (actually dhcpd includes much of the functionality of bootpd). It
 gives client machines "leases" for IP addresses and can
 automatically set their network configuration. If your machine
 depends on DHCP (especially likely if it's a workstation on a large
 network, or a laptop, or attached to a cable modem), keep this or
 another DHCP client installed.
 .
 Extra documentation can be found in the package dhcp3-common.

dhcp3-client-udeb: DHCP Client for debian-installer

 dhcp-client-udeb is a minimal dhcp package used by the debian-installer.

dhcp3-common: common files used by all the dhcp3* packages

 This package contains the files used by all the packages from ISC
 DHCP version 3.

dhcp3-dev: API for accessing and modifying the DHCP server and client state

 OMAPI is an API for accessing and modifying the DHCP server and
 client state.

dhcp3-relay: DHCP relay daemon

 This is the relay from version 3 of the Internet Software
 Consortium's implementation of DHCP. For more information visit
 http://www.isc.org.
 .
 Installing this package will make the machine a DHCP relay, which
 requires a reachable DHCP or BOOTP server in order to function.
 .
 Extra documentation can be found in the package dhcp3-common.

dhcp3-server: DHCP server for automatic IP address assignment

 This is the server from version 3 of the Internet Software
 Consortium's implementation of DHCP. For more information, visit
 http://www.isc.org.
 .
 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a protocol like BOOTP
 (actually dhcpd includes much of the functionality of bootpd). It
 gives client machines "leases" for IP addresses and can
 automatically set their network configuration.
 .
 This server can handle multiple ethernet interfaces.

dhcp3-server-ldap: DHCP server able to use LDAP as backend

 This is the server from version 3 of the Internet Software
 Consortium's implementation of DHCP. For more information, visit
 http://www.isc.org.
 .
 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a protocol like BOOTP
 (actually dhcpd includes much of the functionality of bootpd). It
 gives client machines "leases" for IP addresses and can
 automatically set their network configuration.
 .
 This is the DHCP server with LDAP patches applied to it.