tinydyndns 0.4.2.debian1-2 source package in Ubuntu


tinydyndns (0.4.2.debian1-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * QA upload.
  * Set Maintainer to Debian QA Group (#947703)
  * Bump Standard-Version to 4.5.0
  * Add Homepage url (Closes: #949223)
  * Add VCS url to salsa project
  * Set Rules-Requires-Root to no
  * Convert source format to 3.0 (quilt)
  * Convert copyright to DEP5
  * Add missing license for djbdns files
  * Fix spacing in debian/control
  * Convert rules to dh sequencer (Closes: #911393, #776929, #847032)
  * Add Build-Depends to debhelper-compat (= 13)
  * List binaries to install in d/install
  * List manpages to install in d/manpages
  * Add ${misc:Depends}
  * Fix typo in manpages and docs
  * Add salsa CI pipeline
  * Use recommended branch name from DEP-14
  * Remove unused implicit file in debian packaging
  * Add an explanation to the repacked upstream sources

 -- Baptiste Beauplat <email address hidden>  Fri, 06 Nov 2020 20:10:05 +0100

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tinydyndns_0.4.2.debian1.orig.tar.gz 103.7 KiB 016a7e8919c4203fd7b71577cdb509a726992bf3745eb61dd979d6d774cb080b
tinydyndns_0.4.2.debian1-2.debian.tar.xz 4.0 KiB 78380ae9c01b304e5a2b5020fcd31106c5ca0975d23c027c08f3c45f4ea98dac

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tinydyndns: pop-before-dyndns service using djbdns

 tinydyndns is a simple but powerful dynamic DNS solution that uses
 djbdns. It cooperates with the djbdns package to publish dynamic IP
 addresses authenticated through POP connections. On successfully
 authenticated POP connections, the tinydyndns-update program manipulates
 tinydns' constant database "data.cdb" directly without rebuilding it;
 this makes the dynamic DNS solution use very few system resources.
 Using a POP service for authentication saves the work for installing
 special client software, since POP clients are available for every
 common network-aware operating system. To provide the DNS and POP
 services, tinydyndns cooperates with djbdns, mailfront, and cvm.
 The POP service can easily be replaced with other services that provide
 authentication, such as APOP, IMAPS, ...

tinydyndns-dbgsym: debug symbols for tinydyndns