[nsd-users] RHEL package?
paul at nohats.ca
Thu May 21 03:50:19 UTC 2015
On Wed, 20 May 2015, Rubens Kuhl wrote:
> Does anyone know why RedHhat doesn't officially support NSD?
[with my red hat on]
Not sufficient customer demand. The only way to get a package into RHEL
is for paying customers to want it.
I (co?)maintain the package in Fedora and EPEL.
> does any third party provide
> an updated package for a RHEL distro?
Yes, it is in epel, see https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/FAQ
> Not only for NSD, but NLnetLabs Unbound also usually have old versions you don't want to run available at distributions repositories.
> Manual compiling recommended, even if you just use your distribution, make a package and then replicate.
Note that unbound is in RHEL7. It is not in RHEL6 but it is in EPEL6.
We try to keep current with these packages, but it is harder to jump
major versions. If there is very valid reason for, we will still rebase
it during a release.
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