[Dnsmasq-discuss] release for debian / ARMv5?

Simon Kelley simon at thekelleys.org.uk
Fri May 25 15:10:20 BST 2012

On 25/05/12 14:00, Modem Man wrote:
> Can anyone tell me, if and where I can get a Debian "testing" version of
> IPv6 enabled DnsMasq for Squeeze armv5tel?
> I don't like to compile it by myself, so I hope anybody here has contact
> to the .deb packet maintainer here , or just knows about the state.
> Same question aplies for SlugOS/LE 5.3 ( from Optware with:
>     Dnsmasq version 2.47  Copyright (C) 2000-2009 Simon Kelley
>     Compile time options IPv6 GNU-getopt no-DBus no-I18N TFTP
> regards,
> MM

Well, the Debian maintainer is me. The latest release (2.61) with DHCPv6
support is in the "testing" distro, so you should be able to download it
from the Debian mirrors. If you need a backport to Squeeze, I'm afraid
that building it yourself is the best bet: it's not in squeeze-backports
and I can't offer as I don't have an ARM system available.

2.47 may be more difficult: the source is probably gone from Debian by
now and whilst it is available in the dnsmasq Git repo, that doesn't
include the debian directory for old releases.



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