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Re: bind -> unbound/nsd
On 2016-08-21 15:38, christos%zoulas.com@localhost wrote:
On Aug 21, 10:28am, tls%panix.com@localhost (Thor Lancelot Simon) wrote:
-- Subject: Re: bind -> unbound/nsd
| I am strongly opposed to removing basic server functionality present
| in BSD Unix for over 30 years -- and still in widespread use -- from
| I don't mind replacing BIND but all its functionality should be
| If you want to have to guess which version of basic Internet server
| software might happen to be on the system you're working on today,
| is ---------->over there.
I agree with that; yes, pkgsrc is there, but it does not provide the
tight integration and the "out of the box" usability. I am also running
authoritative servers on NetBSD so I am biased :-)
OK, I'll bite.
Please describe how nsd has a "tighter integration" or (i assume
better?) "out of the box usability"
when in -base vs pkgsrc.
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