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Yay! Finally here!Should be very very stable and the feature set is now locked.Features to look forward to :)4.1 - single instance supportBasically a single dhcpcd instance managing multiple interfaces.This is needed to correctly handle routing on the BSD's as they lack route metrics.It should also...

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sed is a very powerful tool. Small than awk and grep and much more powerful. Some would also say it's harder to use, but I like it :)

Whilst putting a mini resolvconf into dhcpcd, I use very similar code to what I already had. But, I ran into a wall - dhcpcd needs to work when /usr is not mount...

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Shiny! Hot! merged resolv.conf and ntp.conf support!Less bugs! (hopefully no more introduced - lol)

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/etc/resolv.conf is a single file that is often stamped on by many different applications.One example of this is dhcpcd running on multiple interfaces.openresolv is a resolvconf implementation to help ahem resolve this by taking resolv.confs from these applications to make a single sane file.dhc...

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All DHCP clients like to stamp their view on configuration files. After all, that is part of their job :) However, many people also have their own settings in the same configuration file. Most people don't notice dhcpcd stamping on these files, but when they do they normally just turn that feature o...

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