Projects / freedns-afraid


freedns-afraid is a dynamic DNS client or updater, a Linux daemon which keeps your record on the free dynamic DNS service up-to-date. The rpm is built for Fedora, but it should work for other rpm-based Linux distributions which use systemd and NetworkManager.

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  •  19 Jan 2014 23:15

    Release Notes: This release fixes two bugs: If the `freedns-afraid` user exists, the rpm could not be installed because of a failure in the pre-install scriplet (now, an existing account will be utilized), and when an rpm is removed, the `freedns-afraid` user and group are deleted, and the configuration file `freedns-afraid.conf.rpmsave` was owned by an undefined group (the gid of which may be accidentally reused). Now, configuration files are forced to be owned by the `root` group before deleting the `freedns-afraid` account. GNU autoconf/automake are now used for building. This may help to build/install freedns-afraid on other Linux distributions.

    •  24 May 2013 22:39

      Release Notes: This release uses the HTTPS protocol instead of HTTP.


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