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GnuDIP

GnuDIP is a application designed to allow an ISP to publish a DNS hostname for a customer without having to assign a static IP address. Customers can maintain the address information via a CGI on the ISP's website. For those who are familiar with the dyn.ml.org part this is a simple replacement package.

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  •  05 Nov 1999 12:09

    Release Notes: Fixed bug that stopped users from changing their passwords even if allow_change_pass was set.

    •  04 Oct 1999 16:12

      Release Notes: MD5-based encryption is now used for portability, multiple domain support is now available, and all domain options are configurable per domain.

      •  11 Mar 1999 02:49

        Release Notes: Fixed a possible security problem, and does better install environment detection.

        •  01 Mar 1999 18:51

          Release Notes: Added logging features to gdips.pl. All central configuration is kept in /etc/gnudip.conf and security regarding gdips.pl has been improved thanks to Randolph Chung of Debain (Expect a Debian package on the web page soon). Fixed several minor bugs.

          •  21 Feb 1999 21:36

            Release Notes: Added better username parsing because named was picky, added wild card matching in the restricted usernames field. and added the ability to have custom header at login screen.

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