inadyn 1.99.3-1 source package in Ubuntu


inadyn (1.99.3-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release:
    - new option --cachefile to specify cache file.
    - new option --bind to set interface to bind to.
    - old option --iface used to obtain interface IP
      with no external IP check.
  * Fix problem with /run/inadyn access when upgrading from 1.96.2-1.
    Closes: #709391, #711226.
  * debian/inadyn.ppp.ip-up:
    - write PID into /tmp/
  * debian/control:
    - add full list of the supported services to extended description.
  * debian/inadyn.init:
    - use log_action_msg() instead of log_success_msg().
    - fix lintian warning init.d-script-call-internal-API.
  * debian/docs:
    - README renamed to
  * debian/rules:
    - tell 'make' do not hide build info.
  * Drop debian/patches, merged upstream.
  * Update debian/inadyn.conf.
  * Add debian/links:
    - add symlink for /usr/sbin/inadyn to /usr/bin/inadyn.

 -- Timur Birsh <email address hidden>  Fri, 07 Jun 2013 11:40:43 +0600

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inadyn: Simple and small DynDNS client written in the C language

 With this package the user can have an Internet name for his host
 even though he might not have a name server or a static IP. It works
 by being a client of a supposedly open name server and updating the
 server's records when the need arise. A list of the servers that are
 supported is:
   * http://
 Some of the services of these servers are free of charge.
 This is a command line tool that is written in portable ANSI C with a
 little OS abstraction layer. It can maintain multiple host names with
 the same IP address, and has a web based IP detection which runs well
 behind a NAT router.