djbdns 1:1.05-8ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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djbdns (1:1.05-8ubuntu1) oneiric; urgency=low

  * Apply patch from Michael Lueck resolving missing users as per
    upstream author's guidelines. (LP: #518393)
 -- Daniel T Chen <email address hidden>   Wed, 03 Aug 2011 16:46:27 -0400

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Uploaded by:
Daniel T Chen on 2011-08-03
Uploaded to:
Oneiric
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Component:
universe
Architectures:
any
Section:
net
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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djbdns_1.05-8ubuntu1.dsc 1.0 KiB f2a03d77f0773bce1a7c9f8c7ef9d1ae

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Binary packages built by this source

dbndns: Debian fork of djbdns, a collection of Domain Name System tools

 dbndns is a fork of the djbdns package, including patches requested by
 Debian developers and Debian users, e.g. a patch to provide IPv6
 functionality.
 .
 The djbdns package provides software for all the fundamental DNS
 operations:
 .
 DNS cache: finding addresses of Internet hosts. When a browser wants to
 contact www.hotwired.com, it first asks a DNS cache, such as djbdns's
 dnscache, to find the IP address of www.hotwired.com. 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 browsing.
 .
 DNS server: publishing addresses of Internet hosts. The IP address of
 www.hotwired.com is published by HotWired's DNS servers. djbdns includes
 a general-purpose DNS server, tinydns; network administrators run tinydns
 to publish the IP addresses of their computers. djbdns also includes
 special-purpose servers for publishing DNS walls and RBLs.
 .
 DNS client: talking to a DNS cache. djbdns includes a DNS client C
 library and several command-line DNS client utilities. Programmers use
 these tools to send requests to DNS caches.
 .
 djbdns also includes several DNS debugging tools, notably dnstrace, which
 administrators use to diagnose misconfigured remote servers.

djbdns: a collection of Domain Name System tools

 This package includes software for all the fundamental DNS operations:
 .
 DNS cache: finding addresses of Internet hosts. When a browser wants to
 contact www.hotwired.com, it first asks a DNS cache, such as djbdns's
 dnscache, to find the IP address of www.hotwired.com. 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 browsing.
 .
 DNS server: publishing addresses of Internet hosts. The IP address of
 www.hotwired.com is published by HotWired's DNS servers. djbdns includes
 a general-purpose DNS server, tinydns; network administrators run tinydns
 to publish the IP addresses of their computers. djbdns also includes
 special-purpose servers for publishing DNS walls and RBLs.
 .
 DNS client: talking to a DNS cache. djbdns includes a DNS client C
 library and several command-line DNS client utilities. Programmers use
 these tools to send requests to DNS caches.
 .
 djbdns also includes several DNS debugging tools, notably dnstrace, which
 administrators use to diagnose misconfigured remote servers.
 .
 See http://cr.yp.to/djbdns.html

dnscache-run: djbdns dnscache service

 This package automatically sets up the djbdns package to provide a
 dnscache service, listening on 127.0.0.1 by default.