Re: Dynu Dynamic DNS Client (Was: Re: unzip)
> You can look on freshmeat.net for other dynamic DNS scripts and either
> switchservices (there are *free* dynamic DNS services, for example) oruse
> one of those scripts as a model. A big advantage of scriptsis that
> they're considerably more architecture-independent.
> Another option is for you to complain to Dynu! After all, they're
> charging money for their service (US$25 a year), and, as a
> customer, you have the right to ask them to help you out. You can
> also put in a word about stupidly assuming that Linux == i386, and
> about the evils of non-open source software, especially for
> something as trivial as a dynamic DNS update script.
I was trying their 30 day trial. The free services I've found so far don't
let you use your own domain name, just a host name with there domain (like
hostname.dyndns.com). I'll check out freshmeat.net.