Project Athena's DNS-based directory service - libraries
Hesiod is a name service library that can provide general name service
for a variety of applications. It is derived from BIND, the Berkeley
Internet Name Daemon, and leverages the existing DNS infrastructure of a
network. It is used on a number of university networks, including MIT
and Iowa State University.
This package contains Hesiod's shared library.
This is release 3.0.2 of the Hesiod name service library. Hesiod can
provide general name service for a variety of applications and is
based on the Berkeley Internet Name Daemon (BIND).
To prepare this directory for building, run the command "./configure".
configure takes a number of options; use "./configure --help" to find
out what they are. Hesiod requires a vaguely ANSI compiler to build;
hesiod for Debian
This is the hesiod name service library, available from
ftp://athena-dist.mit.edu/pub/ATHENA/hesiod. Hesiod is derived from BIND,
the Berkeley Internet Name Daemon, and can leverage the existing DNS
infrastructure of a network to provide name service for a variety of
Steve Langasek <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Tue, 31 Oct 2000 23:27:22 -0600
Major changes in release 3.0.2:
* Better observance of Autoconf environment variable conventions (you
can set CPPFLAGS, CFLAGS, LDFLAGS, and LIBS). CDEBUGFLAGS is gone;
CFLAGS specifies debugging and optimization flags only.
* Bugs fixed: "make clean" missed config.h, hesiod_to_bind() would
core dump on names with right hand sides, hesiod_to_bind() didn't
length-check its arguments.
hesiod.conf - Co
hesiod (3.0.2-20) unstable; urgency=low
* New ES debconf translation thanks to Fernando González
This package was debianized by Steve Langasek email@example.com on
Tue, 31 Oct 2000 23:27:22 -0600.
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