[Dnssec-trigger] patch: better integration with NetworkManager and distributions
thozza at redhat.com
Mon Mar 24 07:31:02 UTC 2014
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> Hi Pavel,
> Should I remove the obsolete files? I mean, also in the opinion of
> others, or should I leave them for people that want another setup?
I think the obsolete files can be removed, as the new scripts
are doing technically the same (+ some better handling of corner cases).
I can not think of a setup where you could do something with the
obsolete scripts and couldn't do it with the new ones.
> The bug entry: yes that I'll see about helping with that by
> implementing a new feature in unbound.
> Thanks for the hard work and complicated scripts!
> Best regards,
> On 03/21/2014 09:47 AM, Pavel Simerda wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm sending a patch that improves on former Tomá?'s work on
> > NetworkManager integration. I've been using a patched version for a
> > while now, it works pretty well for me. I'm ready to fix any bugs
> > that are discovered by others.
> > Details in the commit message, see attachmenet. Comments welcome.
> > Cheers,
> > Pavel
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