config-dhcpd is a graphical DHCP daemon configuration tool written in Python.
|Tags||Networking Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||Fedora 11|
Release Notes: This release adds support for default and max lease times, as well as NTP servers.
Release Notes: Required options were added for things that are logically or technically required. A window was added when a required option is invalid or when it fails the sanity check (which is a simple regular expression).
Release Notes: 0.8-1 contained an import for a library no longer used with config-dhcpd.
Release Notes: This release adds a feature, fixes some bugs, and rewrites the datastore. Groups can be created and configured. The start of sanity checking and data verification is in place. There was a bug in the 0.7 package that requires you to remove 0.7 before installing 0.8, since merely upgrading 0.7 will not work. The datastore was changed to use JSON instead of configObject. configObject parsing was broken during this process, so your existing configObject fill will be ignored.
Release Notes: consolehelper problems were fixed. The package was built and tested on Fedora 11.