Fwd: OpenBSD 5.1 / ISC DHCP Build Issue
paranoid.schizophrenic.2 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 19:02:17 UTC 2012
I have now had a chance to look and test. The 5.1's port is a 4.2.3-P2
(with a couple of patches). I agree that this is not ancient and it
will allow me move forward.
On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 8:07 AM, paranoid sysadmin
<paranoid.schizophrenic.2 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Now that I am in the office I could go look. We are both actually
> correct. The default install for OpenBSD is still an ancient copy.
> Furthermore, the ISC port as recently as 5.0 was dhcp 3.1.3. However
> you are also correct. As of OpenBSD 5.1 the port was updated to a
> 4.2.3(.2 what every that is).
> I will build a machine later today to test this out and get back to the group.
> Thanks for the pointer!
> On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 1:20 AM, Kenneth R Westerback
> <kwesterback at rogers.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 05:30:01PM -0500, paranoid sysadmin wrote:
>>> The OpenBSD port is ancient. If I remember correctly it was orginally
>>> started life as an ISC version 3.something. We got tired of trying to
>>> use .conf options (classes, sub-classes, etc.) that just weren't in
>>> the port. We have been building from the ISC source since the mid-2Ks.
>> The OpenBSD port net/isc-dhcp is currently 4.2.4. I don't think this
>> is ancient. The dhcp code in the base is indeed based on a much older
>> .... Ken
> paranoid sysadmin
Thanks for the help!
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