Release Notes: TCP support has been fixed, and is turned off by default.
Release Notes: A bug related to subdomains was fixed and patches from the FreeBSD port were applied.
Release Notes: A heap corruption bug was fixed and options for tuning timeout/retry values were added. Forward DNS servers that don't answer are now deactivated to avoid timeout delays.
Release Notes: This release fixes a lot of the bugs and limitations in the previous releases. It now supports an unlimited number of forward DNS servers, and an unlimited number of domains. It can load-balance the DNS servers in a round-robin scheme, and has some enhanced deactivation/reactivation logic for DNS servers that time out.
Release Notes: Fixes for more unaligned access errors, changing non-portable use of bitfields to masks, shifts, and bitwise operators, and a fix for resolving 127.0.0.1, which was broken in 2.9.
Release Notes: Fixes that were needed for some non-Intel platforms.
Release Notes: A partially-working port to SPARC-Solaris, fixes for some unaligned access errors, and a fix for a SIGHUP causing segv.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug with resolving names with capital letters, and a '-l' option to cause DNRD to not send any messages to the terminal, but to send all messages to syslog.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug where names in /etc/hosts without a "." were handled incorrectly, sanity-checking on the /etc/dnrd directory for security purposes, a switch of UID & GID to "nobody" by default, and a print error if non-root user attempts a "dnrd -k".
Release Notes: A couple of bug fixes in preparation for the Debian freeze, and a new man page.