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And hopefully the last! dhcpcd.sh is now looking slick and minimal. ntp, nis and hostname lookup have been moved into example hook scripts. dhcpcd.conf is now installed by default to request everything dhcpcd.sh needs, and ntp-servers also. classless_static_routes="1.2.3.4/8 5.6.7.8/16" is now exp...

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Now /etc/dhcpcd.sh is very compatible with dhclient-script! That's the good news :)The bad is that I've totally broken compatibility with older versions of dhcpcd for people that used the scripting part. Most dhcpcd users didn't, as dhcpcd was never that flexable when it came to the script bit. Oh w...

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OK, it's not really much more scriptable ;)Basically the dhcpcd binary now only configures the interface and routes - everything else is configured by /etc/dhcpcd.shYes, this means dhcpcd will finally install a script! This makes it easier for the end user to change, as scripting in UNIX is common p...

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OK, no-one likes big code drops. But I've just dropped a large one into dhcpcd git. Here's the commit message

Normally I hate massive code drops, but heh.
 The code has been drastically re-arranged.
 Instead of populating a custom structure while parsing dhcp messages, we now pluck what we need ri...

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RickRolling

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Rick Rolling is quite a popular craze atm.Well, just in case you think you could be Rick himself, here's a flow chart to help ;)

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