Re: dnsmasq 2.71 for wheezy-backports
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- Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2014 00:56:03 +0100
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So, has anyone looked into a backport of dnsmasq yet? Backport from
jessie would be nice. Would like to have it because of the IPv6
stuff. My ISP actually does provide IPv6 connectivity now, so I
would like to test it in my network :)
On Mon, Nov 10, 2014 at 06:38:30PM +0100, Stefan Gehn wrote:
> On 11/10/2014 12:04 PM, Markus Kasten wrote:
> > are there any news on a possible dnsmasq >= 2.63 backport for wheezy?
> > I’d still be interested, especially for better IPv6 support with
> > libvirt.
> Just for the record, I backported 2.69 some time ago (for improved IPv6
> RA support) and AFAIR all I did was "dch --bpo" and "pdebuild --pbuilder
> cowbuilder". I used the package for quite some time on my gateway box
> until I switched it to Debian/testing.
> IOW backporting dnsmasq should be very easy.
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