djbdns 1:1.05-15fakesync1 source package in Ubuntu


djbdns (1:1.05-15fakesync1) jammy; urgency=medium

  * Fakesync from Debian due to orig tarball mismatch

 -- Gianfranco Costamagna <email address hidden>  Wed, 26 Jan 2022 22:26:33 +0100

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djbdns_1.05-15fakesync1.debian.tar.xz 60.6 KiB 577540b111ca814d1402c3e2ecb364f74bb5025b6970f82517471cd08240bbf3
djbdns_1.05-15fakesync1.dsc 2.3 KiB 5de900848c8e836201a00c21efc6f8b842768fd61effd264b9ac49ce65bd41a8

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Binary packages built by this source

axfrdns: DNS zone-transfer server

 axfrdns reads a zone-transfer request in DNS-over-TCP format from its
 standard input, and responds with locally configured information.

axfrdns-dbgsym: debug symbols for axfrdns
djbdns-conf: programs to create service directories

 For each kind of server (tinydns, dnscache, axfrdns, walldns, rbldns)
 upstream provides program to create service directory for that server.
 Service directories are part of corresponding binary packages, the only
 case when you may need this package is unlikely case when you want to run
 several instances of same service at single machine.
 Service directories, created by programs in this package are
 compatible with both runit(8) and daemontools(8) supervision suites,
 but are somewhat simplistic -- they store log files in same place as
 configuration, for example.

djbdns-conf-dbgsym: debug symbols for djbdns-conf
djbdns-utils: dns debugging tools

 This package provides number of tools for working with DNS, that can be used
 to diagnose misconfigured remote servers.
  * dnsfilter - reverse-resolves IP addresses, converting them to host names.
  * dnsip, dnsipq - lookup IP addresses.
  * dnsmx - prints the MX records of fqdn.
  * dnsname - does a reverse lookup for the IP address.
  * dnsq - sends a non-recursive DNS query to DNS server.
  * dnsqr - asks for records of specified type under a the domain name
  * dnstrace searches for all DNS servers that can affect the resolution of
    records of specified type under a domain name, starting from the root
  * dnstxt - prints the TXT record of fqdn.
  * random-ip - print random IPv4 addresses.
 This package also includes users guide to name qualification.

djbdns-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for djbdns-utils
dnscache: DNS cache - tool for finding addresses of Internet hosts

 When a browser wants to contact, it first asks a DNS
 cache, such as dnscache, to find the IP address of
 Internet service providers run dnscache to find IP addresses
 requested by their customers. If you're running a home computer
 or a workstation, you can run your own dnscache to speed up your web

dnscache-dbgsym: debug symbols for dnscache
rbldns: real time blackhole list server

 rbldns is a special-purplose DNS server, that provides information
 about blacklisted IP addresses. This information is typically used by
 email software in effort to stop spam.
 For more information about this technique, see RFC 6471.

rbldns-dbgsym: debug symbols for rbldns
tinydns: DNS server - tool for publishing addresses of Internet hosts

 tinydns is general-purpose DNS server that accepts iterative DNS
 queries from hosts around the Internet, and responds with locally
 configured information.
 This program is used by network administrators to publish the IP
 addresses of their computers; this package is unlikely to be useful
 for regular workstation.

tinydns-dbgsym: debug symbols for tinydns
walldns: reverse DNS wall

 walldns accepts iterative DNS queries for domains from
 hosts around the Internet, and supplies generic responses that avoid
 revealing local host information.

walldns-dbgsym: debug symbols for walldns