Re: UNIX and ease of use
And thus spake email@example.com, on Tue, Mar 03, 1998 at 04:01:25AM -0000:
> Rob and Avery and Co.,
> If you want to deal with the problems of dynamic IP, including talkd
> and outgoing SMTP, I think you can handle it really well in a day or
> two. Please take a look at the Dynamic DNS project at www.ml.org . We
> should package one of the client programs that they have, so that a user
> can easily enroll in Dynamic DNS and can have the IP-UP script of PPP
> automaticaly update Monolith's domain server.
> I am using dynamic DNS on perens.debian.org, a laptop with a radio modem.
> It works _excellently_.
Last I checked, they didn't want people doing things like CNAMEing a name
in your own domain to a .dyn.ml.org address.
I guess this is what I get for actually reading licenses...
Has this changed?
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<fnord at cosanostra.net> And with strange aeons even death may die.
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