I read the article on undeadly and a question came up.
dhcpd in base install does not support dynamic DNS (which is modern I
guess) so I followed this guide to configure a 4.0 box to support it
But the following seems wrong to me:
mv dhcpd isc-dhcp-2.0/
mv /usr/local/sbin/dhcpd dhcpd
Because it breaks the rule of packages being outside of the base
install. So, what is the correct way to do it? I'm going to upgrade 4.0
to 4.2 when it releases so I actually am looking for information on this.
Or, is nobody using dynamic DNS for some reason?
Thanks for any advise about this.
Tom Van Looy
oh, that will cause fun 6-12 months later at upgrade time when you've
I don't. If you do, watch out for the names people try to
register. Amusing things could probably done with "wpad", for