This is a distribution of common networking utilities and servers.
They are currently mostly from the 4.4BSD-Lite2 distribution, with
some changes to make them compatible with the GNU Hurd (in particular,
the Hurd does not define some arbitrary limits, such as MAXPATHLEN),
and to make them more portable, using autoconf. A GNU build
environment has also been added.
The GNU whois c
This is the GNU Inetutils package.
This document describes the actions needed to build the pre-release
or CVS version of the package. See end of file for copying conditions.
This is a *pre-release* version, and not ready for production use
yet. If you are taking source from CVS, you will need to have several
special tools to help contribute. See the file README-hacking for more
Why another whois client? Because the RIPE client is a mess of hacks and
#ifdefs and more complex programs lack features or are bloated.
Notes about the data files:
- domain names MUST be lowercase and MUST begin with "." or "-".
- first match wins (for both domains and netblocks)
- elements in tld_serv_list are matched against the end of the query
Please send me any information you have regardi
GNU inetutils NEWS -- history of user-visible changes. 2008-12-27
Copyright (C) 2002, 2004, 2006, 2
2008-12-27 Sergey Poznyakoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* bootstrap.conf: Add xgethostname and xgetdomain
Sat Aug 8 17:35:14 1998 Joel N. Weber II <email@example.com>
* ftpd/ftpd.c (anonym
Add long options to programs libls/ls.c, rcp, rlogind, rlogin, rshd,
telnetd, tftpd, especially the
What about rwhois?
Should support the refer attribute of RIPE-189 objects.
I need a procedure for
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