pdns 3.3.1-4~ubuntu14.04.1 source package in Ubuntu

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pdns (3.3.1-4~ubuntu14.04.1) trusty-backports; urgency=medium

  * No-change backport to trusty (LP: #1338153)

pdns (3.3.1-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Drop unused pdns-backend-mongodb.prerm file
  * Update schema migration files for 3.3.1.
    In the case of MySQL, this includes the migration up from 3.0!

pdns (3.3.1-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Correct libdir/pkglibdir usage.
    PowerDNS upstream abuses autoconf libdir as the package-specific
    library location, when they should be using pkglibdir instead, which
    prevented us from correctly setting the multiarch libdir.
    As the package name is set to 'pdns', modules now go into
    ${libdir}/pdns, and libdir is now correctly set to the multiarch path,
    so modules-dir now ends up being (ex.) /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/pdns.
    Also fixes embedding the multiarch path as an rpath.

pdns (3.3.1-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Use pg_config to detect PostgreSQL lib dir (Closes: #750062)

pdns (3.3.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.
  * Remove GRANTs from SQL Schema scripts.
    The SQL install scripts from upstream used to contain GRANT statements,
    but these were never needed with dbconfig-common, as the objects are
    created as the runtime user, plus they can lead to installation
    failures.
  * Remove patch "remove-rpath-ldflags-patch"
    The original issue has been fixed upstream in a better way.
  * Remove upstream applied patches
  * Remove duplicate B-D: libpolarssl-dev
  * Update copyright file, based on work by Marc Haber (Closes: #726401)
  * Don't overwrite launch= statements in configuration
  * Resync default pdns.conf
 -- Felix Geyer <email address hidden>   Mon, 07 Jul 2014 21:54:24 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Felix Geyer on 2014-07-07
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Original maintainer:
Debian PowerDNS Maintainers
Architectures:
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Section:
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Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

pdns-backend-geo: geo backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a geobackend for the PowerDNS nameserver. This backend
 balances the load throughout the world so that people access the
 geographically nearest available server.

pdns-backend-ldap: LDAP backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains an LDAP backend for the PowerDNS nameserver.

pdns-backend-lua: lua backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a lua backend for PowerDNS.

pdns-backend-mysql: generic MySQL backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a generic MySQL backend for the PowerDNS
 nameserver. It has configurable SQL statements.

pdns-backend-pgsql: generic PostgreSQL backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a generic PostgreSQL backend for the PowerDNS
 nameserver. It has configurable SQL statements.

pdns-backend-pipe: pipe/coprocess backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains the pipe backend for the PowerDNS nameserver. This
 allows PowerDNS to retrieve domain info from a process that accepts
 questions on stdin and returns answers on stdout.

pdns-backend-sqlite3: sqlite 3 backend for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains a generic SQLite 3 backend for PowerDNS.

pdns-server: extremely powerful and versatile nameserver

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This is the authoritative nameserver that answers questions about
 domains that it knows about. It also includes the bind backend that
 allows PowerDNS to retrieve domain info from zone files as used by
 the "bind" software.

pdns-server-dbg: debugging symbols for PowerDNS

 PowerDNS is a versatile nameserver which supports a large number
 of different backends ranging from simple zonefiles to relational
 databases and load balancing/failover algorithms.
 PowerDNS tries to emphasize speed and security.
 .
 This package contains debugging symbols for PowerDNS to assist in
 debugging, such as gdb. It is not required for normal operation.