Sun Mar 28 16:01:54 2010 UTC
* groom the README file a bit
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-$Id: README,v 1.13 2010/03/28 09:48:29 pbug Exp $
+$Id: README,v 1.14 2010/03/28 16:01:54 pbug Exp $
2. WHY WILDCARDNS?
@@ -34,14 +34,16 @@ can send patches to the author who may implement them
3. INSTALL HINTS
-To install type make, followed by make install.
-(In linux type make -f Makefile.linux, make a user named "named" for the
-chroot to work).
+To install, type sh ./configure on BSD and just ./configure on Linux. This
+will copy the proper Makefile to ./Makefile. Then you would type make,
+followed by su'ing and make install. Wildcarddnsd installs to /usr/local/sbin.
+(In Linux make a user named "named" for the chroot to work, the pwd of named
+is where the chroot is set).
Under OpenSuse 10.3 and Ubuntu I noticed the following files missing:
cvs, gcc development and sleepycat's berkeley db (4.5) development. These
had to be install prior to making wildcarddnsd. You basically know when you
-need to install these when make barfs with db.h missing (or in extreme cases
+need to install these, when make barfs with db.h missing (or in extreme cases
By default installation the configuration file is not installed you need to
@@ -49,8 +51,8 @@ do this manually. Also by default the config file is
/etc/wildcarddns.conf this can be changed by adding the -f option to
-A sample config file exists with the sources, the comments should be pretty
+A sample config file exists with the sources. example7.conf was a real life
+config once (used with -W flag).
@@ -81,8 +83,8 @@ in the directory "examples" are a few examples from wo
6. WHAT IT CAN'T DO
A lot it can't do.