Levy Abinajm Melero Sant'Anna
levy.santanna at gmail.com
Wed Oct 22 13:04:31 CEST 2008
Working nice for me, I was doing the same modifications manually, using ip
Maybe you could use the both commands, with "if"
Levy 'Lewis' S.
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On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 08:00, Alastair Johnson <alastair at truebox.co.uk>wrote:
> Joel Newkirk wrote:
> > On Tue, 21 Oct 2008 16:29:30 +0100, Alastair Johnson
> > <alastair at truebox.co.uk> wrote:
> >> Joel Newkirk wrote:
> >>> OK, I posted the updated package to
> >>> htp://newkirk.us/om/testing/netfix-j2.tar.gz - using 'route' instead
> >>> 'ip' now to set up default routes. So the only external dependency
> >> should
> >>> be for resolvconf on SHR and Raster (and I'm guessing FSO).
> >>> Please test and post results or problems to this thread.
> >> Sounds good. I'll give it a try when I get the chance. It sounds like it
> >> should combine well with dnsmasq or similar.
> > I've been using djbdns dnscache. You just need the cache startup to also
> > invoke "echo 'nameserver 127.0.0.1' | resolvconf -a lo" and it always
> > local cache first, drops to next priority if cache is broken or stopped.
> > You can also stuff a custom script in /etc/resolvconf/update.d that will
> > able to take the prioritized nameservers and update your cache to use
> > as upstream caches. (I've an example script for dnscache, but it expects
> > it to be running under the full daemontools+tcpserver setup whereas I run
> > it as a simple standalone service)
> > http://newkirk.us/om/dnscache_2.1.5_armv4t.ipk ;)
> I couldn't see dnscache in OE but it sounds like the configuration to
> work with resolvconf is similar. dnsmasq is already available in OE
> which may make integration with the standard images easier. It also
> serves dhcp which would be useful when hooking up to a random laptop to
> provide GPRS access. I don't have any experience with either dnsmasq or
> dnscache other than looking at the docs, so I'm interested in hearing
> experience of their relative merits. IIRC someone (you?) mentioned a
> peculiarity of the djbdns build that may make it hard to include in OE.
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