dnsmasq 2.75-1ubuntu0.16.04.5 source package in Ubuntu


dnsmasq (2.75-1ubuntu0.16.04.5) xenial-security; urgency=medium

  * trusty-anchors.conf: Update DNSSEC trust anchors
    - 05da782f8f45933915af0ef3cc1ba35e31d20c59

 -- Marc Deslauriers <email address hidden>  Thu, 12 Jul 2018 09:39:42 -0400

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Xenial updates on 2018-07-12 main net
Xenial security on 2018-07-12 main net


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dnsmasq: Small caching DNS proxy and DHCP/TFTP server

 Dnsmasq is a lightweight, easy to configure, DNS forwarder and DHCP
 server. It is designed to provide DNS and optionally, DHCP, to a
 small network. It can serve the names of local machines which are
 not in the global DNS. The DHCP server integrates with the DNS
 server and allows machines with DHCP-allocated addresses
 to appear in the DNS with names configured either in each host or
 in a central configuration file. Dnsmasq supports static and dynamic
 DHCP leases and BOOTP/TFTP for network booting of diskless machines.

dnsmasq-base: Small caching DNS proxy and DHCP/TFTP server

 This package contains the dnsmasq executable and documentation, but
 not the infrastructure required to run it as a system daemon. For
 that, install the dnsmasq package.

dnsmasq-utils: Utilities for manipulating DHCP leases

 Small utilities to query a DHCP server's lease database and
 remove leases from it. These programs are distributed with dnsmasq
 and may not work correctly with other DHCP servers.